The jazz man / Mary Hays Weik ; woodcuts by Ann Grifalconi.

By: Weik, Mary Hays, 1898-Contributor(s): Grifalconi, Ann [wdc] | Rogers, David [dsr] | Atheneum Press [pbl] | Clark and Way [cmt] | Murray Printing Company [prt] | H. Wolff, Inc [bnd]Material type: TextTextEdition: 1st edDescription: 42 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Children with disabilities -- Juvenile fiction | African Americans -- Juvenile fiction | Families -- Juvenile fiction | Loneliness -- Juvenile fiction | Music -- Juvenile fiction | Musicians -- Juvenile fiction | Children's storiesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Jazz man.DDC classification: W421j LOC classification: PZ7 | .W426 JaAwards: Newbery Honor Book, 1967.Summary: Nine-year-old Zeke, who lives in Harlem, listens to the wonderful music coming from the jazz musician's piano across the court and escapes for a while from the harsh realities that worry him.
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"Bound by H. Wolff, New York, designed by David Rogers"--Title page verso.

Nine-year-old Zeke, who lives in Harlem, listens to the wonderful music coming from the jazz musician's piano across the court and escapes for a while from the harsh realities that worry him.

Newbery Honor Book, 1967.

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