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I Got the Rhythm by Connie…

I Got the Rhythm (edition 2014)

by Connie Schofield-Morrison, Frank Morrison (Cover Design)

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Title:I Got the Rhythm
Authors:Connie Schofield-Morrison
Other authors:Frank Morrison (Cover Design)
Info:Bloomsbury USA Childrens (2014), Hardcover, 32 pages
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I Got the Rhythm by Connie Schofield-Morrison



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This book is about a little girl who says that she has the rhythm, She goes through 4 of her 5 senses and talks about how she can, hear, smell, touch, and see the rhythm. She eventually begins to dance with all of the rhythm she has discovered. This would be a good book to use in a music class to help introduce rhythm and beats. ( )
  bdb048 | Mar 11, 2019 |
This book was SO beautiful and fun. It is filled with gorgeous illustrations and an interactive story that young reader can engage in and get up and get moving. I would totally recomend all parents and teachers to have this book for those kids that have a little boogie in them. ( )
  frmarr | Jan 16, 2019 |
A little girl takes in the world around her and enjoys it as rhythm on her own. She didn't have to wait for someone to play music, she finds it all herself.
  weeniewen2 | Feb 28, 2018 |
The book can become very interactive. If read enough times students can finish the simple sentences or follow along with the movements the character does. The vivid illustrations will keep children attention and the character diversity is important to appeal to a diverse group of learners. ( )
  MadiBorchardt | Feb 28, 2018 |
The book talks about a little girl who sees, smells, feels and dances to the rhythms of the world. It fits text to world connections because children can connect to music from what they have heard on TV, or a concert they have experienced. ( )
  SharleyWade | Feb 26, 2018 |
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On a trip to the park with her mother, a young girl hears a rhythm coming from the world around her and begins to move to the beat, finally beginning an impromptu dance in which other childen join her.

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