The Story Orchestra: The Nutcracker: Press the Note to Hear Tchaikovsky's Music: 2 Tapa dura – Audiolibro, 5 octubre 2017
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Biografía del autor
JESSICA COURTNEY-TICKLE is an illustrator who graduated from Kingston University in July 2014. Her absolute favourite thing to draw or paint is nature, finding a focus on foliage of any kind as well as children's stories about adventure and exploration. She also has a penchant for drawing theatre from music makers to dancers and even singing animals. Jessica is most influenced by vintage picture books, travel posters and folk art as well as numerous painters and printmakers.
Detalles del producto
- Editorial : Lincoln Children's Books; Ina edición (5 octubre 2017)
- Idioma : Inglés
- Tapa dura : 24 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 1786030683
- ISBN-13 : 978-1786030689
- Edad de lectura : 6 - 9 años
- Peso del producto : 522 g
- Dimensiones : 27.31 x 1.59 x 31.43 cm
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº3 en Libros infantiles de danza
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The story is good and just the right length for bed time, the music is lovely and is a good introduction for both them and us, I wasn't brought up listening to classical music so simple introductions like this really appeal to me. The illustrations are beautiful and the book has a lovely quality feel to it.
The buttons are a little hard to press but once my 3 year old got the hang of it he's been fine, he will also happily go to the back of the book at the end and press all the buttons to listen to the music again.
I was expecting the usual tinny/crackly musical book sound, but the sound quality in this book is superb, it doesn't sound artificial at all, it sounds like you're in a room with an orchestra. The 'button' mechanism is one I've never come across before: essentially all the trigger pads are incorporated into the final (rigid) page of the book, but you press a coloured circle on each preceding page, which aligns with the relevant trigger pad underneath the other pages. It sounds complicated but it isn't, it's a very simple experience, and I didn't have any trouble getting each circle to play.
My only quibble is that I purchased two of these books (one as a Christmas gift), and one of them arrived without the plastic pull tab in the battery case that preserves the battery life until you remove it. The book still worked, but obviously it will not last as long as the one that still had the tab in it. For that reason I purchased spare batteries (they're low cost) to go with the gift book, and I recommend others do the same, just in case. :)
The main complaint is that the musical sections are very slightly flat, as well as being pretty short. We have the small series of books 'World Music' etc and those have a longer piece, perhaps 10 seconds, but the Nutcracker pieces are only 5 seconds and finish before the famous notes kick in. They're also so slightly flat that the first second it sets your teeth on edge before you just about get used to it, but my daughter won't notice that. Perhaps it is just our copy?
There's also quite a lot of musical sections, maybe 12 rather than the 5 in the small books we have, which mostly makes up for the other disappointments. But not as good as expected.