Find your feet, feel the beat. It’s time to embrace the rhythm of “The Drum” by Ken Wilson-Max and Catell Ronca…
Music and story are linked closely, so it makes sense that children can identify a rhythmic pulse to a book that’s all about moving your body and participation.
“The Drum” thrums along with beautifully coloured illustrations to underpin the pulse-pounding beats of the story.
All children instinctively love song, rhythm and dance.
Created by the award-winning picture book author and artist Ken Wilson-Max, this series explores different musical instruments from around the world and how they make you feel and move!
Can you pretend to play the drum? Can you strum along with a guitar? Bash a xylophone perhaps?
Music helps the physical, emotional, and intellectual development of babies and young children as well as strengthening cognitive and sensory development.
So feel the rhythm, clap your hands, stomp your feet and enjoy making music!
- Get totally engrossed in the rhythm. A review by Parents in Touch
- Read responses to our Music & Storytelling Campaign here, here and here