Cool Bopper's Choppers

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Boyds Mills Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Cool Bopper is a bebopper in the Snazzy Catz Jazz Club, losses his choppers in the beboppin' crowd. Like Charlie Parker, Cool Bopper bops hard below silver stars and blue moons of night. One evening, Cool Bopper puts down his saxophone and begins to scat: "A-BOP-BOP-BE-BOP, A-BOP-BOP-BOP!" And out pop his choppers! Now Cool Bopper is not the same without his choppers. He can't bop. He can't scat. He can't blow his horn. How will Cool Bopper regain his choppers? Linda Oatman High's jazzy story, with zany illustrations by John O'Brien, takes young beboppers on a wild adventure with rhythm and wordplay.
 

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

When Cool Bopper, the saxophonist of the Snazzy Catz Jazz Club, loses his false teeth during a particularly impassioned scat, he loses his bop at the same time. Riding atop a beehive 'do to the ladies ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Linda Oatman High is the author of number of picture books for Boyds Mills Press, including The Last Chimney of Christmas Eve, Beekepers, and Winter Shoes for Shadow Horse. She lives in Narvon, Pennsylvania.

John O'Brien has illustrated more than thirty books for children. Among his titles for Boyds Mills Press are I Know a Shy Fellow Who Swallowed a Cello by Barbara Garriel, The Twelve Days of Christmas, and The Farmer in the Dell. He lives in Delran, New Jersey.

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