Músicos del barrio

De Patricia Fernandez Bieberach
Illustrated by Yael frankel

This book rescues the idea of ​​neighborhood and square, in which boys and girls come together in a music band. It is an invitation for the little ones to connect with music and experiment and have fun. There will be some who are motivated to learn a certain musical instrument, but also others who want to build it themselves. Percussion, for example, is always within our reach and we do not need more than our own body or some simple sound material.
And many times we do not take advantage of the wonderful musical instrument with which we are born, which is the voice.

Let's join the Neighborhood Musicians because EVERYONE can sing, dance and play an instrument. Music is a universal language that allows us to express our emotions, generate new learning, improve our communication with others and enjoy life more. This book seeks to connect children with music, with their neighbors and their community.

Cardboard book with rounded ends, so that it can be handled by children safely.

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Recommended for 2 to 4 years
Binding: Boardbook
Size: 16 16 cm x
Pages: 20
Vintage: 2020
ISBN: 978-956-364-137-0


Patricia Fernandez Bieberach, Chilean, is an author and child-adolescent psychologist. He has published several articles about the emotional well-being of children and adolescents, in addition to maintaining his psychotherapy consultation in Santiago de Chile. She is the author of several children's books and a contributor to our blog.
Yael frankel, Argentine, writer and illustrator of children's books, born in Buenos Aires. He has published with publishers in his country and in Colombia, Chile, Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, China and South Korea. He exhibited his work at the Bologna Book Fair, Italy, in 2015 and 2016. His book A simple sight, edited by Amanuta, was included in The White Ravens catalog.