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Energetic lines and rich watercolors animate this aerial adventure over eighteenthcentury France. Priceman, who received a 1996 Caldecott honor for Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin, combines spare text, dynamic design, and masterful perspective to illuminate the humor and high jinks of three animals swept up in the winds of history.
This exuberant introduction to the orchestra is a true celebration of music. The sense of visual musicality is enhanced by warm, changing background colors. The musicians themselves are far from static, and the text has rhythm and punch, changing size and moving across the pages in swoops and swirls to reflect the flow of music.