Canberra, Australia (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
An article recently released by the guardian.co.uk expresses concern about the lack of musical instruments featured in childrens books nowadays. In line with this, author Patsy Allan shares her unique and delightful literary creation that will indeed sharpen the imagination of young minds, as well as encourage them to become musically inclined. The Boy Who Loves Drums is a colorful picture book that will indeed amuse youngsters all over the globe.
In this book, readers will meet a young boy named Sam who has a huge passion for playing drums, all kinds of drums to be exact. Nonetheless, he wakes up one morning and discovers that his favorite instruments are nowhere to be found. With the help of his grandparents, he tries to solve the mystery and realizes that he has to use his creativity in order to point out the concealed drums he has been looking for. Readers will be thrilled to join Sam as they rummage through the cute and adorable photos in this fascinating childrens book.
With colorful illustrations and a whimsical tone, readers will enjoy this pleasant and captivating literary work. A perfect tool for parents to introduce youngsters to the world of music, The Boy Who Loves Drums is an unforgettable reading experience that children will definitely treasure.
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About the Author
Patsy Allan resides in Australia and is a regular storyteller in Childcare Centres and Pre Schools in Canberra. She uses props, puppets and participation in her storytelling and watches the delighted faces of the children as she weaves her tales. Patsy Allan has combined her love of story and her puppets to create her first book in Patsys Puppet People Series, The Boy who Loved Drums.
The Boy Who Loved Drums * by Patsy Allan
Publication Date: September 30, 2012
Picture Book; AU$ 34.99; 36 pages; 978-1-4797-1938-9
eBook; AU $ 3.99; 978-1-4797-1939-6
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