Book Title: Rhythm Rescue by Vicky Weber
Category: Children’s Fiction (Ages 3-7), 44 pages
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Publisher: Trunk Up Books
Release date: August 2020
Formats: hardback, paperback, ebook
Content Rating: G.
Welcome to Music Metropolis, where there’s always a song to sing and instruments playing all around. Everyone has something special to share, but Beat Street is where the real magic happens… Rhythm Rescue by @TrunkUpBooksTweet
This is beautifully illustrated story about a young girl who gains super powers from rhythm. It immediately brought to mind The Little Einsteins fueling Rocket with their claps. It was a huge hit with my preschooler, as I imagine this book will be with kids today. Kids get to learn simple rhythms based on actual notation that enhances the fun story by letting the kids be interactive to help Tala avoid obstacles and rescue her friend. There is a chart in the back that teaches different methods of couting out notation.
I do think there could be a little more instruction about the basics of rhythm and notes. Music teachers and musicians will find this a great tool to use with young students, but non-musical care givers, I feel, might be a bit lost. Kids in the preschool to first grade range will very enjoy this book. I am looking forwr to reading more about the residents of Beat Street.
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Welcome to Music Metropolis, where there’s always a song to sing and instruments playing all around. Everyone has something special to share, but Beat Street is where the real magic happens… The musicians of Beat Street have super abilities. The people who live here can do extraordinary things…with the power of music! When Tala’s day begins with a phone call from a friend, she is SUPER excited…but she’ll need your help to make it there in time! You won’t want to miss this interactive musical adventure.
Meet the Author:
Vicky Weber is a musician and an elementary educator with a love for children’s literature. While she has taught a variety of grade levels, primary level education is where her passion lies. It has long been a dream of hers to teach children through the magic of books and she hopes you love reading her works as much as she loved writing them.
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