Read I Got the Rhythm Online Free - On a simple trip to the park, the joy of music overtakes a mother and daughter. The little girl hears a rhythm coming from the world around her— from butterflies, to street performers, to ice cream sellers everything is musical! She sniffs, snaps, and shakes her way into the heart of the beat, finally busting out in an impromptu dance, which all the kids join in on! Award-winning illustrator Frank Morrison and Connie Schofield-Morrison, capture the beat of the street, to create a rollicking read that will get any kid in the mood to boogie.
|Title||:||I Got the Rhythm|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
January 10, 2018
This title came across in a book publisher newsletter and I had never seen it before. It was on our library shelves and is such a beautiful book. The illustrations are gorgeous, and the story would be such a fun story-time read!
October 30, 2017
This went over super well in storytime!
March 17, 2017
Read this book while listening to music!
February 21, 2017
As she walks down the street and through the park with her mother, a little girl revels in the rhythms of her neighborhood. A simple walk becomes a feast for the senses as she hears the rhythm with her ears, looks at it with her eyes, catches it with her hands, and shakes it with her hips. The ca...
July 01, 2014
I love the illustrations in this one.
April 20, 2015
Great for a fun read aloud with younger children who need to get up and move! This would work for a music class read aloud, or a summer story time activity.
February 06, 2017
This would be a good book for early education classes. This book provides amazing illustration and can be used for interaction as well. As I was reading it the first time I loved how the book used onomatopoeias. From there I was thinking that if I were to read this to my class I would get them up...
January 08, 2018
This book is a load of fun. My son is a little bit too young for it, but in a couple of years he's going to love stomping his feet, snapping his fingers, and clapping his hands along to the rhythm of the book. Even now, at 7 months, he loved the rhythmic almost song-like way the words roll off th...
November 05, 2017
Why did I read this book: It is the Great Michigan Read.
What did I Think:
I really enjoyed it. It's really cute. It would be good for a Musical Storytime. There's a lot of motions and sounds that you can do with it.
January 12, 2018
Picture book: I liked this book; it has a great use of onomatopoeia and explores the uses of the senses. On the very first page, I felt as though a child really was writing the book, and not an adult for a child audience.