Week of Review: Zoo Orchestra by Manuel Diaz

Hey guys!

Today, I’m going to be reviewing a short story that is called Zoo Orchestra by Manuel Diaz!

DISCLAIMER: I received this book via Netgalley, for an honest review. No opinions were persuaded for that reason.


Everyone is invited to the Zoo Orchestra!
Enter the delightful world of the Zoo Orchestra, where animals embody the instruments they masterfully play.
The fanciful sounds of the clarinet are played by the angelic pig, who, like his instrument, has a circular snout perfect for making all kinds of sounds.
The gravity-defying squirrel uses a piccolo to whistle out tunes; its pocket-size is very much the large bass players’ envy!
Don’t forget the gentle koala, whose rich-sounding viola is an important addition to every orchestra.
The gravity-defying squirrel uses a piccolo to whistle out tunes; its pocket-size is very much the large bass players’ envy!
Author Manuel Díaz combines his own imaginative paintings with the knowledge and experience as a concert viola player to present a world where any age of reader can learn about the world of classical music. Zoo Orchestra uses humor, imagination, and original art to create a magical symphony of animals that all audiences will enjoy!

Review:

This book was really cute!

I finished this book in one sitting, and I really liked it! It’s superb, for what it is.

The illustrations are amazing, and I really thought that they added a wonderful touch to the story! They were very detailed and I enjoyed them very much.

The story was nothing special, but it was very enjoyable. The aspect of how each animal plays an instrument was very cute!

Overall:

Overall, this book was really cute, and I gave it 4/5 stars! I recommend it!


That’s it for today’s quick book review!

Good Night Book Lions!

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