These books have well- known children's songs as their text. They are a great resource for teaching music and integrating Language Arts into the music curriculum or vice versa. The list is in alphabetical order by title. Click on the letters below to go to the title you are intersted in.
|The Magic Flute (includes CD); Retold by Anne Gatti, illustrated by Peter Malone; Chronicle Books, 1997; ISBN 0-8118-1003-8|
|Mary Had a Little Lamb; by Sarah Josepha Buell Hale, pictures by Salley Mavor; Orchard Books, 1995; ISBN: 0531068757|
|Mary Had a Little Lamb; by Sarah Josepha Hale, Bruce McMillan (Photographer); Demco Media,1992; ISBN: 0606078452; - A contemporary interpretation of the well-known nineteenth-century nursery rhyme about the school-going lamb, accompanied by color photographs, a sample exercise from McGuffey's reader, and a note on the history of the author and her famous rhyme.|
|Mary Had a Little Lamb; by Linda Jennings, Tania Hurt-Newton; Sterling Publications, 1999; ISBN: 1862330697
- The familiar song is taken on a interactive detour by the attched lamb finger puppet and fold out flaps.
|Mary Had a Little Lamb; illustrated by Iza Trapani; Whispering Coyote Press, 1998; ISBN: 1580890091|
|Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers; by Merle Peek; Clarion Books, 1998; ISBN: 0395900220|
|Miss Mary Mack; adapted by Mary Ann Hoberman; Illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott; Little , Brown and Co., 1998; ISBN 0-316-93118-7;
- A delightful picture book story to accompany the well-known clapping game. Instructions for playing the game are included.
|Ms. MacDonald Has a Class; Jan Omerod; Clarion Books - Houghton Mifflin, 1995; ISBN 0-395-77611-2;
An adaptation of the song telling about a class putting a performance together. The music is integrated as a part of the illustrations.
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