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Barron's, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 20 pages
Delightful stories recount episodes from the childhood of famous composers and artists. Lively, full-color illustrations on each page capture the spirit of their times.

When George Freidrick Handel was a boy, his father disapproved of music as a future career for his son. This story tells how young George gradually changed his father's mind.

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