Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Frederico the Mouse Violinist by Mayra Calvani
Frederico was a little mouse with a big name: F-R-E-D-E-R-I-C-O.
He lived in Cremona, Italy, in the workshop of a famous violin maker named Antonio Stradivari.
During the day from the tool shelf, he peeked at the luthier making his celebrated Stradivarius violins. The mouse sighed with longing. His pink nose twitched at the strong smell of wood and varnish, the oil used to make violins glossy.
Mayra reviews for SimplySharly.com and is co-editor of Voice in the Dark Ezine. She also offers book reviewing workshops online. Visit her website at www.MayraCalvani.com. For her children’s books, visit www.MayrasSecretBookcase.com.
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An ecopy of this book was provided for review by Pump up your Book tours