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The Philharmonic Gets Dressed (Reading Rainbow Book)

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Publisher Comments:

"It is almost Friday night. Outside, the dark is getting darker," and here and there around the city ninety-two men and thirteen women are getting dressed to go to work. First they bathe and put on their underwear. Then they don special black-and-white apparel. Then when the one hundred and five people are completely ready, each takes a musical instrument and travels to midtown. There, at 8:30 tonight, they will work together: playing.

In these pages Karla Kuskin and Marc Simont combine their talents to give us a delightful and unusual inside view of one way an orchestra prepares.

Nominee, 1983 American Book Award
Notable Children's Books of 1983 (ALA)
1983 Fanfare Honor List (The Horn Book)
Outstanding Children's Books of 1982 (NYT)
A Reading Rainbow Selection
1983 Teachers' Choices (NCTE)
Children's Books of 1982 (Library of Congress)

Synopsis:

"The 105 members of the orchestra are shown showering, dressing, traveling, and setting themselves up on stage for an evening's concert. . . . One almost hears the music when, at the end, they begin to play."--"School Library Journal."

Synopsis:

"It is almost Friday night. Outside, the dark is getting darker," and here and there around the city ninety-two men and thirteen women are getting dressed to go to work. First they bathe and put on their underwear. Then they don special black-and-white apparel. Then when the one hundred and five people are completely ready, each takes a musical instrument and travels to midtown. There, at 8: 30 tonight, they will work together: playing.

In these pages Karla Kuskin and Marc Simont combine their talents to give us a delightful and unusual inside view of one way an orchestra prepares.

Nominee, 1983 American Book Award

Notable Children's Books of 1983 (ALA)

1983 Fanfare Honor List (The Horn Book)

Outstanding Children's Books of 1982 (NYT)

A Reading Rainbow Selection

1983 Teachers' Choices (NCTE)

Children's Books of 1982 (Library of Congress)

About the Author

Karla Kuskin has written more than fifty books for children, Including Roar and More, The Philharmonic Gets Dressed, Soap Soup,and Any Me I Want To Be.She has two children, Nick and Julia, both of whom are professional photographers, and two darling grandchildren, Madeleine and Amelia, both of whom live abroad with their parents. Winner of the NCTE Award for Excellence in Poetry for Children, she writes in Brooklyn, New York, and Arlington, Virginia, or on a porch on Bainbridge Island, Washington where she lives with her husband, William L. Bell.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780064431248
ill.:
Simont, Marc,
Author:
Simont, Marc
Author:
Kuskin, Karla
Author:
by Karla Kuskin and Marc Simont
Publisher:
HarperTrophy
Location:
New York, N.Y. :
Subject:
Clothing and dress
Subject:
Picture books
Subject:
Picture books for children
Subject:
Performing arts
Subject:
Juveniles
Subject:
Children's 4-8 - Performing Arts
Subject:
Orchestra
Subject:
Performing Arts - General
Subject:
Orchestra -- Fiction.
Subject:
Children s Art-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paperback
Series:
Reading Rainbow Book
Series Volume:
ser. 72, no. 2
Publication Date:
19860931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
from PreS to 3
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
48
Dimensions:
8.875 x 6.6875 in 4.8 oz
Age Level:
04-08

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Product details 48 pages HarperTrophy - English 9780064431248 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , "The 105 members of the orchestra are shown showering, dressing, traveling, and setting themselves up on stage for an evening's concert. . . . One almost hears the music when, at the end, they begin to play."--"School Library Journal."

"Synopsis" by , "It is almost Friday night. Outside, the dark is getting darker," and here and there around the city ninety-two men and thirteen women are getting dressed to go to work. First they bathe and put on their underwear. Then they don special black-and-white apparel. Then when the one hundred and five people are completely ready, each takes a musical instrument and travels to midtown. There, at 8: 30 tonight, they will work together: playing.

In these pages Karla Kuskin and Marc Simont combine their talents to give us a delightful and unusual inside view of one way an orchestra prepares.

Nominee, 1983 American Book Award

Notable Children's Books of 1983 (ALA)

1983 Fanfare Honor List (The Horn Book)

Outstanding Children's Books of 1982 (NYT)

A Reading Rainbow Selection

1983 Teachers' Choices (NCTE)

Children's Books of 1982 (Library of Congress)

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