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  • Janet Lanier

    Sounds like a great idea for a children's book

  • Mark Parker

    charming book of Mozart composing a song

  • Holistic Mama

    Mozart unit study | ideas, book lists and downloads

  • Beth Shaum

    Mozart Finds a Melody: Taking inspiration from a true story about Mozart, Stephen Costanza takes liberties with actual events to create this charming picture book about the famous classical composer. Equally as charming are Costanza's muted yet dreamy illustrations, accompanied by a tad bit of whimsy thrown in for good measure.

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