Brothers Grimm Stories and Tales

The Musicians Of Bremen

Musicians Of Bremen
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Author: Grimm

While on their way to Bremen, four aging animals who are no longer of any use to their masters find a new home after outwitting a gang of robbers.
Make sure you read Musicians Of Bremen a good book. The author is Grimm and it was published by Candlewick. The children's book was available on bookshelves sometime in 2005. This version is the 1st U.S. ed. has 32 pages and it contains a lot of colorfully illustrated pictures. If you want a copy of this child's book, visit the market add to cart button on this page.

Seeking a new lease on life, four clever creatures make music and mischief in this elegant edition of an oft-told classic. His stunning illustrations make this a distinctive edition to treasure. Thai artist Niroot Puttapipat takes one specific of many Grimm brothers' best-loved fairy tales and wryly retells it from the point of view of the animals. A compelling endnote mentions other historical versions of the standard tale and explains why the author chose to set his narrative in the 1600s - an era that provided the chance to highlight some of the great musical composers of the time. Along the way, the talented troubadours put on a show for a band of robbers who, it turns out, are in for a terrible fright. Once upon a time, Donkey, Dog, Cat, and Rooster, spurned by their owners, decide to set off to Bremen to make their way as musicians, each one particular according to his voice: Donkey a lute player, Dog a drummer, Cat a violinist, and Rooster a tenor.


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