Skip & Melody and the Quarter Note Storybook
Written by Kris Skaletski
Is it a golf club? Is it a light? A head and a stem, we’ll soon get this right. The quarter note takes center stage in this rhyming tale of the note that gets one beat. Also, remember your manners: always say “please!”
Skip & Melody and the Quarter Note Storybook (Hardcopy)
Skip & Melody and the Quarter Note Storybook (Digital: Single User)
About the author
Kris Skaletski is the creator and publisher of KiddyKeys® piano and Music All-Star teaching materials. She has over thirty-five years of experience leading piano lesson programs and preschool music, teaching in both home and school settings in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She is also the co-author of the Roadtrip!® method book series for young beginners.
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