What to Read Wednesday: Trumpet Books for Kids

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The Best Trumpet Books for Kids

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Before it was ever used as an orchestra instrument, the trumpet was used for signals and military purposes, as far back as ancient Greece and Egypt. There is even a picture of a trumpet in King Tut’s tomb.

Since music is such a large part of our lives, we are learning about different instruments as we prepare to attend a performance of our local symphony orchestra. We’ve also been listening to a lot of jazz–especially Louis Armstrong’s music–and reading music related books.

We are sharing our favorite trumpet themed books below. If you know of any that we’ve left our, please tell us in the comments, and we’ll ad them to our list.

Happy reading!

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Trumpet Themed Books for Kids

Our favorite trumpet books for kids

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Comments (5)

  1. Lisa Jorgensen

    Great idea for a link up! Elephant and Piggie are a household fave!!!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      They are definitely a favorite of ours, too!

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  2. Meagan

    Such a great list of books! I will have to share them with our students and parents. Great picks for the fall and upcoming holidays. We need this for our young readers who need fun starter books.

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Thanks so much, Meagan!

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  3. Jill

    These all look great! the Elephant & Piggie one looks really fun!

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