Dreams Are Made for Children: Classic Jazz Lullabies Performed By Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday? by Misja Fitzgerald MichelDreams Are Made for Children: Classic Jazz Lullabies Performed By Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday? by Misja Fitzgerald Michel

Dreams Are Made for Children: Classic Jazz Lullabies Performed By Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan…

Selected ByMisja Fitzgerald MichelIllustratorIlya Green

Picture Books | October 9, 2015

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Selections from the golden age of jazz for a serene night of sleep
 
With whimsical, dream-like illustrations, this book and accompanying audio CD features a selection of timeless jazz dream songs to lull babies into a sweet, blissful sleep. The book includes 15 popular standards recorded by singing legends Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, and Chet Baker, among others. Explanatory notes accompany each featured song in this must-have book for any jazz fans with a young child.
Misja Fitzgerald Michel studied jazz under François Jeanneau at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. His first album, Live at the Villa, was recorded in 1998 and he has performed at various festivals around the world. Ilya Green is a children’s book author and illustrator.
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Title:Dreams Are Made for Children: Classic Jazz Lullabies Performed By Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan…Format:Picture BooksDimensions:42 pages, 8 × 8.25 × 0.4 inPublished:October 9, 2015Publisher:The Secret MountainLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:2924217687

ISBN - 13:9782924217689

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"Perfect for parents who want to introduce their toddlers to the music . . . One can imagine a child treasuring this book from the years when it was read to him, and then gaining a much deeper comprehension of the lyrics after he becomes a reader himself." —Bobby Reed, DownBeat