Tallulah Plays the Tuba
Tallulah is tiny, but the TUBA is not!
Tallulah isn’t big, but the instrument she dreams of playing sure is. Try as she might, tiny Tallulah keeps coming up short on how she can play the tuba in her school band. But with some perseverance and a lot of creativity, Tallulah hatches a plan that she hopes will turn her musical dream into reality.
Children will laugh along with this fun and engaging story featuring a diverse protagonist who takes matters into her own hands to solve a problem.
“The illustrations are . . . perky and quirky . . . This book will be appreciated by a wide and eclectic audience . . . A resonant picture book treat with a worthy heroine that is recommended for wide purchase. ”- School Library Journal, 01/10/20
“Stone and Nichols’ charming picture book emphasizes tenacity for children who know their goals but are repeatedly told they are too much or not enough to achieve them . . . With a lesson for both kids and adults about surmounting obstacles, this appealing story is great for sharing. ”- Booklist, 10/15/19
“Will be a preschool and primary reader pleaser. ”- Books for Kids, 03/05/20
“Children transitioning from easy readers may find this a happy match . . . Tuneful. ”- Kirkus Reviews, 07/14/19
“A great conversation starter for families reading this picture book. ”- CM Reviews, 09/06/19