Orange You Glad?

A Knock-Knock Joke in Rhythm and Rhyme

Author Blake Hoena
Illustrated by Klaus Bipper
Music Arranged & Produced by Musical Youth Productions

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Series: Jokes and Jingles | View more titles in this series
  • Text set to music
  • CD/web access to song
  • Reinforced library binding
  • Full-color illustrations
  • Glossary
  • Critical Thinking Activities
  • Read More Resources
  • Sheet Music for Each Song
Reading Level Grade: K-3
Reading Level Age: 5-8
Interest Level Grade: PreK-4
Interest Level Age: 3-9
Accelerated Reader Quiz #: 183540
Hardcover: $33.99 list / $25.49 s/l
Trim Size: 11 x 9
Pages: 24
ISBN: 978-1-63290-596-3
Music Instrumentation: clarinet, trumpet, drumset, tuba, piano
Music Fun Facts:
This style of piano playing stemmed from Ragtime. Ragtime influenced early jazz. Play examples of Ragtime and clips of Scott Joplin. Learn about the history of Jazz and New Orleans! Have kids listen to other dixieland jazz music. Original Dixieland Jazz Band, King Oliver, etc. Mardis Gras, New Orleans activities would apply. Try snapping your fingers or clapping on beats 2&4. These are the same beats that the hi hat is played on. This song has members from each of the instrument families. String (piano- which is also a percussion instrument), brass (trumpet, trombone), woodwind (clarinet) and percussion.