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The jazz man

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Aladdin Paperbacks , New York, N.Y
Juvenile fiction, Jazz, African Americans, Musi
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Nine-year-old Zeke, who lives in Harlem, listens to the wonderful music coming from the jazz musician"s piano across the court and escapes for a while from the harsh realities that worry him.

StatementMary Hays Weik ; woodcuts by Ann Grifalconi
ContributionsGrifalconi, Ann
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.W426 Jaz 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24741870M
ISBN 100689717679
ISBN 139780689717673
OCLC/WorldCa41424521

Product details Age Range: 8 - 12 years Grade Level: 3 - 7 Lexile Measure: L (What's this?) Paperback: 48 pages Publisher: Aladdin; 2 edition (Octo ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x Cited by: 6. For such a small book (forty-two pages in the edition that I own), The Jazz Man is a surprisingly powerful story.

It sweeps us along on a short but memorable journey beside a boy named Zeke who is just in the first stages of beginning to lose everything that matters in his life/5.

Grade –Using a lively version of the children's song This Old Man, this book introduces famous African-American jazz musicians as it counts to nine. Louis Armstrong is number 1. This jazz man, he plays one,/He plays rhythm with his thumb,/With a Snap!/5(68).

This Jazz Man is a story is a tribute to jazz players who have played different jazz instruments throughout the years. This work of nonfiction incorporates counting, has some great sounds, and vibrant illustrations.

It would be great for k-1st graders and could be used in a reading classroom to promote fluency/5. In this toe-tapping jazz tribute, the traditional "This Old Man" gets a swinging makeover, and some of the era's best musicians take center stage.

The tuneful text and vibrant illustrations bop, slide, and shimmy across the page as Satchmo plays one, Bojangles plays two right on down the line to Charles Mingus, who plays nine, plucking /5(57).

The Jazz Man is a children's book written by Mary Hays Weik and illustrated by her daughter Ann Grifalconi.

The book was published by Atheneum Books in and received a Newbery Honor in A second edition was published in by Aladdin Jazz Man has also been published in Germany and South : Mary Hays Weik. But Beautiful: A Book about Jazz May be the best book ever written about jazz.—David Thomson, Los Angeles TimesIn eight poetically charged vignettes, Geoff Dyer skillfully evokes the music and the men who shaped modern jazz.

Drawing on /5(8). From School Library Journal Grade –Using a lively version of the children's song This Old Man, this book introduces famous African-American jazz musicians as it counts to nine.

Louis Armstrong is number 1. This jazz man, he plays one,/He plays rhythm with his thumb,/With a Snap!/5(66). / Give the man a hand,/ This jazz man beats with the band." In each energized mixed-media spread, Roth, also making his children's book debut, features a figure—Dizzy, Bird and Satchmo among.

Published on Photos of the book "This Jazz Man" by Karen Ehrhardt with Miss Nina's song "This Jazz Man" from her CD "Singing. THIS JAZZ MAN delights on several levels. The jazzy, snazzy illustrations of the legendary musicians-Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, and six others-evoke each personality and his music.

The images will capture young readers while the easy rhythm and familiar counting song based on "This Old Man" will begin their jazz education/5(68).

Children's Song: This Jazz Man (Book by Karen Ehrhardt) sing-along in the Classroom - Duration: Miss Nina - Children's Sing & Move Along So views. Roth’s illustrations, in mixed-media collage and printmaking on watercolor paper, fill the pages with interesting shapes and multiple colors.

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His nifty patterned outfits for the jazz men get prime exposure when they take a bow after their jam session. Slight but snappy. (Picture book. )Author: Karen Ehrhardt. This Jazz Man written by Karen Ehrhardt and illustrated by R. Roth Books for kids read aloud. Visit your local library to enjoy this cute book.

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The Axeman was never identified, and the Country: USA. The jazz man. [Mary Hays Weik; Ann Grifalconi] -- A lame, lonely boy living on the top floor of an apartment building in Harlem is deserted by his parents and also loses the pleasure of listening to the music from the apartment next door when the.

Get this from a library. The jazz man. [Mary Hays Weik; Ann Grifalconi] -- Nine-year-old Zeke, who lives in Harlem, listens to the wonderful music coming from the jazz musician's piano across the court and escapes for a while from the harsh realities that worry him.

Get this from a library. The jazz man. [Mary Hays Weik; Ann Grifalconi; Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress)] -- Nine-year-old Zeke, who lives in Harlem, listens to the wonderful music coming from the jazz musician's piano across the court and escapes for a while from the harsh realities that worry him.

The jazz man. [Mary Hays Weik; Ann Grifalconi] -- Nine-year-old Zeke, who lives in Harlem, listens to the wonderful music coming from the jazz musician's piano across the court and escapes for a while from the harsh realities that worry him.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Snazzy-snap!/Give the man a hand,/This jazz man scats with the band.

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The illustrations give clues to the performers, and the end matter has a biographical sketch for each one. In the final spread, all of the musicians are together, taking bows: These jazz men make one great band. Heard of the song "This Old Man". In THIS version, we meet NINE Jazz Men to a toe-tapping beat.

From Bojangles to Dizzy to the Duke, it’s a. Children's Book/Song: Miss Nina sings "This Jazz Man" by Karen Ehrhardt - Duration: Miss Nina - Children's Sing & Move Along Songsviews. Jazz Man Records was founded in by David Stuart, owner of the Jazz Man Record Shop in Hollywood, California. The label was an offshoot of the shop, established in as the only shop on the West Coast that specialized in used 78s for jazz collectors.

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Stuart was a purist who felt that traditional New Orleans jazz was the real on: Hollywood, California. The Jazz Standards Progressions Book Bb Instruments. The Jazz Standards Progressions Reharmonized Bb Instruments.

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Relentlessly aimed at pity as the emotional reaction, always a reader strain when unrelieved, this nevertheless packs a wallop. Even given the transitional state of opinion regarding the selection of fiction dealing with minority and low income groups, Zeke's dream of the Jazz Man is bound to provoke some controversy.

Zeke is a completely pathetic character, easy to weep over, never clever or. When the Jazz Man with his wonderful music moves into a room across the court, Zeke's life takes on new meaning--until trouble comes in the form of near abandonment.

A Newbery Honor Book. When the Jazz Man played, Zeke thought about nothing else but the wonderful music that drifted from the bright yellow room scross the courtyard/5(8).

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