Lives of the Musicians: Good Times, Bad Times (and What the Neighbors Thought) by Kathleen KrullLives of the Musicians: Good Times, Bad Times (and What the Neighbors Thought) by Kathleen Krull

Lives of the Musicians: Good Times, Bad Times (and What the Neighbors Thought)

byKathleen KrullIllustratorKathryn Hewitt

Paperback | November 5, 2013

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*"Bravo! A collective biography that is informative and fun to read." - School Library Journal, starred reviewThe content is the same. Only the format is different, giving this&nbspacclaimed series a look that will appeal to kids as much as it does to teachers and librarians. &nbspIt's no secret that Beethoven went deaf, that Mozart had constant money problems, and that Gilbert and Sullivan wrote musicals. But what were these and other famous musicians really like? Discover the fascinating and often humorous stories of twenty famous musicians from various countries and historical periods, beginning with Vivaldi and ending with Woodie Guthrie.&nbsp
Kathleen Krull has written much innovative nonfiction for young people, including all of the books in the Lives of . . . series, and has made a chatty, accessible approach to biography her hallmark. She lives in San Diego, California. Visit her website at www.kathleenkrull.com .   Kathryn Hewitt's caricatures of fam...
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Title:Lives of the Musicians: Good Times, Bad Times (and What the Neighbors Thought)Format:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.37 inPublished:November 5, 2013Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0544238060

ISBN - 13:9780544238060

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"Unstuffs a host of shirts and delivers wonderful musical trivia."--Newsweek

* "Bravo! A collective biography that is informative and fun to read."--School Library Journal, starred review

* "Living, breathing anecdotes--the stuff of which the best biography is made."--Publishers Weekly, starred review