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by Marcin Baranski,Karen LeFrak

Free eBook Jake the Philharmonic Dog download ISBN: 0802795536
Author: Marcin Baranski,Karen LeFrak
Publisher: Walker Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (August 22, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Arts Music and Photography
Size MP3: 1312 mb
Size FLAC: 1926 mb
Rating: 4.5
Format: lit mobi lrf docx


Karen LeFrak has written an enchanting story for children that is also an outstanding introduction to the world of the orchestra. The book Jake the Philharmonic Dog, in my opinion, could be about a real dog and a real band. I really think that Jake the Dog is sweet.

Karen LeFrak has written an enchanting story for children that is also an outstanding introduction to the world of the orchestra. Lorin Maazel, Music Director of the New York Philharmonic. I think his owner is really nice to him - that's why I like this book!

Marcin Baranski illustrated Jake the Philharmonic Dog. He has also illustrated for Cosmopolitan. This is a beautiful book that both my three year old twins and I enjoy reading. It is a lovely introduction to ballet with some basic terminology and illustrations of the five basic ballet positions.

Marcin Baranski illustrated Jake the Philharmonic Dog. He lives in Poland with his wife and two sons. It also tells the story of the Nutcracker, with Jake the dog's antics mixed in to delight readers and spice up the plot. I think this would be a beautiful book to give a new ballet student, or a little girl who is about to see the Nutcracker Ballet. I think it will be read quite often in our home, and I hope it sparks an interest in dance for my children.

Jake the Philharmonic Dog book. Like most dogs, Jake loves playing fetch. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jake the Philharmonic Dog. by. Karen LeFrak, Marcin Baranski (Illustrations).

When Jake is adopted by the principal stagehand of a major orchestra, they both spend lots of time backstage at rehearsals. Jake is introduced to the different instruments and sections of the orchestra, with the appropriate terms integrated as labels into the illustrations.

Jake the Philharmonic Dog is the first of a series of books designed to teach children about the performing arts. The main character is a jaunty five-year-old terrier with silver whiskers and pointy ears who, in the first book, gets to spend time at a grand orchestral hall with his human dad Richie, who is the orchestra’s principal stagehand. Karen LeFrak has written an enchanting story for children that is also an outstanding introduction to the world of the orchestra. Lorin Maazel, Former Music Director of the New York Philharmonic. LeFrak introduces musical terms within the story, including identification of the instruments.

Marcin Baranski doesn't own a dog yet, but after completing this book, he thinks that one might be the perfect addition to his new garden. Автор. Издание: иллюстрированное. Over the past six years, he has a become well-known illustrator for Cosmopolitan magazine. Marcin is an illustrator and a painter, and he lives in Krakow, Poland, with his wife and son. This is Marcin's first children's book.

And now for the dog book - Jake the Philharmonic Dog by Karen LeFrak, illustrated by Marcin Baranski. In this book, Jake is adopted by a guy named Richie (who looks disconcertingly like a Ken doll crossed with Traction Man)

And now for the dog book - Jake the Philharmonic Dog by Karen LeFrak, illustrated by Marcin Baranski. In this book, Jake is adopted by a guy named Richie (who looks disconcertingly like a Ken doll crossed with Traction Man). Jake barks at birds and car horns, cowers in thunder, and wags his tail to a CD of violin music. When Richie takes Jake to work with him (at the symphonic hall), Jake barks at woodwinds and horns, cowers at percussion, and wags to the violins.

Jake the Philharmonic Dog, illustrated by Marcin Baranski, Walker (New York, NY), 2006. Karen LeFrak and her husband, Richard LeFrak, are actively involved in several of New York City's major philanthropies. LeFrak's interest in the arts has led to her positions as a director of the New York Philharmonic, her membership in the New York State Council on the Arts, and her work chairing the New York Orchestra's 150th Anniversary Ball.

The book marks the return of Jake, the lovable, music-loving pooch introduced in Karen’s earlier book Jake the Philharmonic .

The book marks the return of Jake, the lovable, music-loving pooch introduced in Karen’s earlier book Jake the Philharmonic Dog. This time he spins and leaps behind the scenes of the Nutcracker Ballet. From School Library Journal: Kindergarten-Grade 3–Jake, the canine protagonist in Jake the Philharmonic Dog (Walker, 2006), is introduced to a New York City ballet company as it gets ready for its annual performance of TheNutcracker at Lincoln Center.

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User reviews
Amhirishes
It's a chaming book for teaching about the orchestra, particularly for a child who likes animals.
Meri
The story was cute, and I would have like to had the book, but the page colors are dark ink and have a horrible smell. Each book comes with tracking across the cover. This is a really sweet story and I would rate it highly if it were not for these problems.
Umsida
This is the perfect gift for my grandson who plays the french horn and will be a music major in college. I hope he passes it on to his children.
Inertedub
LaFrak has done a wonderful job making Jake the Philharmonic dog an entertaining and educational story. The story is inspired by the REAL mascot of the New York Philharmonic! Through Jake's adventures, we get a great introduction to a number of different instruments in the orchestra. My kids all thoroughly enjoyed the book. We also loved her Jake and the Ballet Dog.
Gogal
The book Jake the Philharmonic Dog, in my opinion, could be about a real dog and a real band. I really think that Jake the Dog is sweet. It seems that he really doesn't like thunder, but he likes dog biscuits. I think his owner is really nice to him -- that's why I like this book!