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  • Patti Kolk

    Many early beginning students need reinforcement of ideas in multiple ways. I like how simple the pages are - nothing distracting. There are free printables that correspond with the minibooks.

  • Swan Kiezebrink | Swan's Music Studio

    Minibooks - for the Suzuki students to learn reading. These are beyond excellent for any student, but are geared specifically for the Suzuki piano child learning to read.

  • Marcia Vahl

    Good idea . . . may look into this.

  • Stephanie Parker

    Minibooks-- come recommended by several Suzuki teachers

  • Terri

    Minibooks- neat idea

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