Night Owl loves the nighttime! He can see everything, but when he doesn't see Mommy Owl, he starts to listen . . . . With language that emphasizes sound words and listening skills, this is a reassuring bedtime story for little night owls everywhere.
Mezz Mezzrow was a white Jewish boy who learnt how to play saxophone while he was in reformatory school. He was one of the first white musicians to dedicate himself to jazz (as a saxophonist, a manager for Louis Armstrong, owning his own record label and he was also one of jazz's most famous drug dealers) and crossed the racial divide in 1920's…
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