Why Is My Piano Black and White? by Nathan Holder

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A couple of years back, I ran a giveaway with Nathan Holder for his fantastic book I Wish I Didn’t Quit: Music Lessons, which was about helping your child to not quit learning a musical instrument. It gave you the tools to succeed in helping them along their musical journey. Well, today I’m back with another super giveaway of Nathan’s new book Why Is My Piano Black and White? which is released on 1st September 2020. The winner will get their copy before it’s released!

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So what is Why Is My Piano Black and White? all about?

Well, it’s the first children’s reference book all about the piano! It takes you on a musical journey to help you discover the weird and wonderful world of the piano and the people who have made music on it!

Filled with fun facts, jokes, quizzes and music – after you read it, the piano will never be the same again! Let Olivia, Callum, Zaki and Pheobe introduce you to pianists like Billy Joel, Khatia Buniatishvili, Mary Lou Williams, and Stevie Wonder, be inspired by some of the most interesting people who have ever played the piano! 

Is middle C really in the middle? What is the world’s most expensive piano? Who composed a cat piano concerto? You’ll have to read it to find out!

It’s a really fun book, full of cool illustrations and facts. It’s been well thought out and will give children a special insight into the piano.

Illustrations from Why is my piano black and white

Playlist

There is a playlist at the back of the book, of all the music found in the book. A fantastic touch, which makes the book come to life. I think it’s a fantastic touch.

To access the tunes which you can listen to on free Spotify playlists. Simply scan the QR codes to access at the back of the book.

About The Author​

Nathan Holder is a musician, author, and consultant based in London. He received his Masters in Music Performance from Kingston University, while winning the MMus Prize for Outstanding Achievement.

As a musician, he has performed with artists such as Ed Sheeran, The Arkells and Zoe Birkett, and performed in locations in Dubai, Bali, USA and across Europe. His first book published in 2018 is called I Wish I Didn’t Quit: Music Lessons.

Where To Buy

You can buy Nathan’s books direct from thewhybooks.co.uk or *Amazon

 

Giveaway

The author Nathan Holder has kindly offered a copy of Why Is My Piano Black and White? as a giveaway prize. To enter please fill in the Gleam widget below.

GOOD LUCK!

Win a copy of Why Is My Piano Black And White?

COMPETITION T&C’S

The giveaway ends 23:59 23rd August 2020

The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via gleam from all valid entries and be notified by email within 7 days. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a name and delivery address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube are in no way associated with the giveaways.  Any personal data given as part of the competition entry’s is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties.  Please allow at least 28 days for delivery of the prizeNathan Holder is responsible for prize delivery.

By entering the competition you agree to your first name and surname initial published on the competition widget if you are the winner.

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You can check out my other competitions here.

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.

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30 thoughts on “Why Is My Piano Black and White? by Nathan Holder

  1. This book would be fantastic for my daughter who is currently trying to teach herself piano. She also likes books with interesting facts.

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