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Max and the Lost Note by Graham Marsh

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Mod-related kids books, who'd have thought? But there is such a thing, or at least there's Max and the Lost Note by Graham Marsh.

Pitched as the kids' book that adults would read, this 32-page hardback book is the work of Graham Marsh, the man behind The Cover Art of Blue Note Records. He's still ploughing a similar furrow too, this time with Max, a sharp dresser, piano player and Vespa rider, who hangs out in Kitty's Place searching for a 'note', aided by singing group The Felines and Long Tall Dexter, Double Bass Sam, and lots more feline musicians.

So don't expect War and Peace, but if you want a hip children's read, this one is available via publisher Frances Lincoln and of course from Amazon from 1st October, priced at £10.79.

Find out more at the Amazon website

Via Modculture

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