From the creators of the bestselling Beethoven Lives Upstairs, Tchaikovsky Discovers America and Hallelujah Handel, comes a touching tale featuring Antonio Vivaldi. The story centres around Katarina, a young and gifted violinist, who is sent to study music at the orphanage in Venice where Vivaldi was the musical director for most of his life. Katarina searches throughout Venice for clues to her origins, and finally discovers the secret of her true family.
About the authors
Laura Fernandez and Rick Jacobson are an award-winning husband-and-wife team who have illustrated a number of beautiful picture books for children. Their works have earned them the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award and the Ruth Schwartz Award. Rick and Laura live in Toronto with their three children. Visit their web site at www.jacobsonfernandez.com.
- Commended, Canadian Children's Book Centre, Our Choice
“Another outstanding entry in an acclaimed series that is already in danger of creating a whole new [and knowledgeable] generation of classical music lovers.? (Parent's Choice)