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Trubloff; the mouse who wanted to play the balalaika.

John Burningham

Trubloff; the mouse who wanted to play the balalaika.

by John Burningham

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Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mice -- Fiction.,
  • Balalaika -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    A mouse who runs away with gypsies to learn to play the balalaika returns home just in time to save his family.

    Edition Notes

    StatementWritten and illustrated by John Burningham.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[41] p.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14180290M

      Chatting a bit about my new balalaika. Main channel vid: ?v=OvWWVub9cc4 Shot on the set: John Burningham's stories and illustrations for children are quirky, delightful and original. He is acclaimed by Kate Kellaway as 'one of the finest, most ground-breaking creators of children's picture books in the land', who has produced 'outstanding, radical work through the decades' (review of Burningham's autobiography, The Observer, 26 July ).Place Of Birth: Surrey.

    Mouse House (2+) by John Burningham This is John Burningham’s first book about mice since , when he introduced the world to Trubloff, the mouse who wanted to play the balalaika. Mouse House. The Balalaika School Here it is, the Balalaika, an instrument of the Russian people, small and slight and so modest with its three strings, and yet so versatile: It can – like the guitar, and very well also together with it – accompany songs with chords and give the song this typical Russian sound. But of courseFile Size: KB.

      Trubloff the mouse lives with his family in the village inn but dreams of becoming the greatest balalaika player in the whole country. So one night, when everyone is asleep, he runs away to join a band of gypsy musicians who promise to teach him to p.   Yes. It's like cowboy dulcimer. Alexey Arkhipovsky plays Paganini and more.


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Trubloff: The Mouse who wanted to play the Balalaika, written and illustrated by John Burningham, Jonathan Cape, London,1st edition. Quarto (mm x mm), unpaginated. Fully colour-illustrated paper covered boards with fully intact black titling at spine.

Trubloff the mouse lives with his family in the village inn, but dreams of becoming the most famous balalaika player in the whole country. One night, he runs away with a band of gypsies who promise to teach him to play.

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by John Burningham starting at $ Trubloff; the mouse who wanted to play the balalaika. has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Hardcover. First Random House edition. Quarto. Endpapers and boards lightly soiled, offsetting on boards, spine ends and corners bumped, very good lacking the dustwrapper.

Item # Prubloff is a magnificently drawn mouse, illustrated in full- color by the same talented English hand that did Borka. Trubloff has so much character, visually, that you might find it possible to persuade yourself that the story was worth the illustrative effort.

Trubloff and his family infest the bar of a mittel Europa inn. Each time an indigenous gypsy touches a balalaika, Trubloff's latent. This is John Burningham’s first book about mice sincewhen he introduced the world to Trubloff, the mouse who wanted to play the balalaika.

Trubloff the mouse lives with his family in the village inn but dreams of becoming the greatest balalaika player in the whole country and one night he runs away with a band of gypsies who promise to teach him to play.

Trubloff's poor family are overcome with worry but in the end it is Trubloff's gift for music which saves them from an awful fate. A children's picture and story book written and illustrated by John Burningham.

It was originally published in the UK in This is a printing. The full title of this book is: Trubloff the mouse who wanted to play the balalaika. It is about a mouse who lives in Central Europe and loves music, particularly the balalaika. The story of a mouse who wanted to play the balalaika.

Trubloff dreams of becoming the greatest balalaika player in the whole country. So one night when his family is asleep, he runs away with a band of gypsies who promise to teach him to play.

Trubloff's poor family is overcome with worry, but in the end it is Trubloff's gift for music that /5(39). Trubloff, El Raton Que Queria Tocar LA Balalaica/Trubloff, the Mouse Who Wanted to Play the Balalaika (Spanish Edition): ISBN () Hardcover, Minon, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site.

She loves reading stories to her two sons above all things, and picture book sections in libraries and book shops are her happy place. Her favourite books from childhood are Trubloff, The Mouse Who Wanted To Play The Balalaika, How Tom Beat Captain Najork and His Hired Sportsmen, and Fattipuffs and Thinifers.ISBN () Hardcover, Random House Children's Books (A Division of Random House Group),   W HEN I WAS YOUNG, we used to have a book called Trubloff ~ The Mouse Who Wanted to Play the Balalaika by the wonderful John Burningham, and I loved the story very much indeed.

John Burningham's illustrations have a fabulous scratchy folky quality that embodies great heart.