Saxophone has a problem, she’s different. None of the other instruments want her around, so she sits all by herself. Will anyone ever want to play with her, or will Saxophone always sit alone? In this story about the acceptance and celebration of diversity, we learn why every musical instrument deserves a chance to be played with.
About the Author
JAY C. PETERSON is a Canadian elementary school music teacher residing in London, Ontario. Peterson grew up with a high level of interest in music, storytelling and social awareness. Studying music, literature, film and philosophy at Wilfrid Laurier University, Peterson fulfilled his lifelong dream of being a teacher at the University of Windsor. He is currently teaching music in the school board that he grew up in and hopes that this book will find its way into the hands of every music teacher, and music lover, around the world.