Here's what people are saying
about Making Music With Your Child:
"Lends you enough courage to actually try to be more than you've come to recognize. I didn't make enough time for the pleasure of sounds before reading this book."
"I love this book! Simply reading it turns on your creativity! The 'riffs' are delightful—playful, light, and imbued with the sense of wonder that characterizes great music."
"For myself, my clients, and my grandchildren . . . an excellent resource . . . a philosophy of life that opens creativity, builds self-esteem, and develops talent."
"Read this book with an open heart. Let the author's many-faceted and lively process speak to you. Then, choose your own path and dance with your students, leading them to experience their very own musical ideas."
"Simple, effective activities to build music skills and awareness . . . providing ways for teachers to encourage freedom, self-expression and individuality
among their students."
"Written, conceived, and lived by two women who really care about reaching the creative soul of kid-dom."
"Empowers parents to get the songs dancing, the minds humming, and the spirits of family and communities into richer living. Mom and Dad will have as much fun as the kids experiencing the powers of music-making with Kia and Karen."
"The book I wish I could have read when I first started playing the piano . . . Offers us a wonderful opportunity to stretch our creative legs . . . One of those timeless treasures and a gift to all of us."
"Kia's book has enriched our lives and opened our hearts to communicate our feelings through music."
"My grades have gone up, as well as my confidence, and my attitude is better."
"Really fun! For both kids and adults! This experience has been like a door opening to a new playground that was always there, but you never knew it."
found myself loving music like I never had before . . . I found the freedom to express my feelings through my own songs. This newfound freedom helped me cross the bridge between my head and my heart."
"Convinced this 80-year-old that it is never too late to appreciate music and to play the piano again. My interest have been completely restored."
"Music causes us to think eloquently."
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