Do You Do a Didgeridoo?

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Make Believe Ideas, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 38 pages
2 Reviews
"Do You Do A Didgeridoo?" is a fantastic new picture book for young readers, recently nominated as a finalist for the 2008 Borders Original Voices Children's Picture Book Award, and described by Rolf Harris as "a magic book! Great!!." The story follows a mysterious customer as he tries to find a didgeridoo in Mr Music-man's Marvellous Music Shop. With beautiful illustrations and hilarious rhyming text, children and parents alike will love reading this book again and again.

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User Review  - abigail.shafer - LibraryThing

This is a really fun poetry book about a man looking for a didgeridoo in a music shop, I think this is a great introduction to different types of instruments as well as to poetry. And the storyline and use of the word digeridoo makes it interesting for young readers. Read full review

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User Review  - burningtodd - LibraryThing

This is not very good. The art is nice, but the writing sucks. The entire book is a poem, which I find clever, and every line ends with a rhyme of didgeridoo, which is also clever, albeit forced. The ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Nick Page is a writer, information designer, and creative consultant. He has written a number of books, including street life, The Tabloid Bible, Lord Minimus, BLUE, and The Church Invisible. He also writes regular articles for Youthwalk, Christianity and Renewal, and works for a number of charities and NGOs. He and his wife, Claire, have three daughters and live in Eynsham in Oxfordshire, England.

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