Little Melba and Her Big Trombone

By New York Journal of Books

Little Melba and Her Big Trombone is a finger-popping slice of history that offers a peep-hole into the little-known world of a female jazz players of the 1920s. The prose is fast-paced, lively, and factual and is written in a way that inspires the admiration of both children and adultsFor the picture book lover, artist Frank Morrison’s illustrations are a superb blend of fluidity and motion, and every character he highlights seems to be dancing right off the page.This one is definitely a keeper.-

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