Music to song printed on inside of dust jacket.
|Statement||Woody Guthrie ; pictures by Vladimir Radunsky.|
|Genre||Songs and music, Juvenile literature, Pictorial works.|
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|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
Howdi Do! An inspiration to the likes of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie was one of the most celebrated folksinger/songwriters of the 20th century. This title presents a lively version of /5. With a bold palette of neon green, daisy yellow, and delicious orange, Vladimir Radunsky's graphic illustrations are a perfect match for folk hero Woody Guthie's whimsical song. HOWDI DO celebrates friendliness, neighborliness, and sticking out your hand to make your acquaintance with the wonderful world around : While this book does not come with the bonus CD that 'Howdi Do' does, it is a great book with wonderful illustrations. But do your child a favor and also purchase the 'Howdi Do' book, you will then get the music CD performed by Band of Weeds, giving a childish musical romp to three of Woody's wonderful songs, including "Bling Blang", by far one of my children's favorites/5(6). Book Wizard; IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE. Howdi Do. By Vladimir Radunsky, Woody Guthrie. Grades. PreK-K, Genre. Fiction. Woody Guthrie's popular children's song is accompanied by Vladimir Radunsky's bold, colorful pictures of friendly people and animals meeting and greeting one another. Woody Guthrie's popular children's song is accompanied by.
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