Frosty the Snowman

Frosty the Snowman Presents an arrangement of a child s favourite holiday song Suitable for Late Elementary HLSPL Level this title covers piano solo meter C Major eighths and dotted quarter note notation mainly

  • Title: Frosty the Snowman
  • Author: Jack Rollins SteveNelson Rebecca Thornburgh
  • ISBN: 9780824965006
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Presents an arrangement of a child s favourite holiday song Suitable for Late Elementary HLSPL Level 3 , this title covers piano solo 4 4 meter C Major eighths and dotted quarter note notation mainly 5 finger positions with some hand position shifts up and down the keyboard It also includes lyrics.

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    1. I did not win this book on Good Reads First Reads. I bought this book to read to my two grandsons, my two great nieces, and great nephew. They will love this story and pressing the button to play the "Frosty the Snowman" song. I enjoyed the story myself.

    2. I had never read this book in my life until recently, and I have no idea how the tune goes! I'll have to look it up, because so far the way I read it is pretty uninspiring!As yet, with my group of 18-20 month old toddlers, this isn't a favourite. They don't seem to be able to take in the illustrations like they usually do, and haven't expressed much curiosity. It is winter here now, and at least one of them understands what a snowman is, but they just haven't gravitated towards this story yet.Pe [...]

    3. This story is, simply put, the song, "Frosty the Snowman". As the reader flips through the pages, they read the words to the famous song and see the song played out in beautiful illustrations. BONUSThe moment you open the front cover, the tune frosty the snowman plays until you close the cover again. If the reader would like, they can sing the song to the tune since the lyrics are provided on the pages of the book. It's a wonderful way to get yourself into the Christmas/winter spirit!

    4. The classic song, fun to singbut the girls (especially L) felt this was NOT the real Frosty, since the illustrations did not match those in the holiday classic movie. Still a good one, though! 12/12/13Even better this year! 12/2/14

    5. Actually I probably read this one ten or fifteen times. It's my two-year-old granddaughter's current favorite book.

    6. Frosty the Snowman was a jolly, happy, soul! If you can't remember the words to the song, this is the perfect book for you.

    7. My daughters love this book, as do I. I never knew all of the words to the song, and this book is simply the song with pictures added. It is so fun!

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