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In her first book for children, Kathy Price makes the journey itself the story. The characters' tales of fallen farm glory add up to a portrait of a gang of likable misfits that children will root for. The phrase ''As grass is green, sho' 'nuff'' is passed on from the mule to the other animals and becomes the story's anthem.
The New York Times
First-time author Price spices up a standard with her Cajun-flavored take on The Bremen Town Musicians.
Why has no one ever before set the Bremen Town Musicians down where they could really resonate—the American South? Well, no matter, because first-time children’s author Price has imaginatively and rhythmically done that in an auspicious debut. Price is a storyteller and early-music specialist who really bends a few notes in this well-loved story, weaving a fun-filled retelling that brays, howls, and crows to be read aloud.
Dear Ms Price: I liked the part when the dog said. Aint NO thing but a chicken wing. Thank you writing that book. I will tell my dad to take me to Barnes and Nobles. I will do anything to find that book. If I see you again I will ask you to make a kong fu book. My momsaid iSHOULD be a Musician I like to write. Thank you Meshane D.
Third grade student-Library Event