The Banjoman/El Hombre Del Banjo

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The Overmountain Press, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When a broken string stops the music of a wandering musician, the children of the land learn a valuable lesson about working together for the good of all.

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About the author (2004)

Jos? S. Perez was born in Houston, Texas, on June 30, 1929. He studied art at the Chicago Academy with Louis Grell and at the American Academy of Chicago with Allen St. John and William Mosby. After a stint in the army, Jos? worked at odd jobs throughout the country. He found his way to Washington, D.C., where he began his career as a professional artist. His work is popular with collectors throughout the United States and Europe. WRS Publishing of Waco, Texas, has published three books of Jos?'s satiric paintings: Perez on Medicine: The Whimsical Art of Jos? S. Perez (1993), Perez on Sports: The Whimsical Art of Jos? S. Perez (1996), and The Satirical World of Jose Perez (1996). Today, Jos? lives in Houston with his wife, Mary.

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