The Life of a Children's Troubadour: An Autobiography
In this revealing and engaging autobiography, popular children's troubadour Raffi tells the story of his unique life and career. From Raffi's early life in Egypt to the premier concert stages of North America, this tale of art and kings, pyramids and passion, follows the travels of an Armenian child and his family of artistic renown, including his father who was a famous color portrait photographer.
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