- About Us
- Book Recommendations
- Signed Editions
- Winter Catalog
- Staff Picks
- Award Winners
- Kepler's Events
- Community Partners
- Book Clubs
- Literary Circle Membership
Blowin' in the Wind [With CD (Audio)] (Hardcover)
Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
"The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind." With words by one of the most admired songwriters of all time and illustrations by a Caldecott Honor medalist, this powerful and timely picture book will be treasured by adults and children alike.
Following the success of "Man Gave Names to All the Animals" comes a stunning version of Bob Dylan's beloved song: the anthemic "Blowin' in the Wind." Jon J Muth is the perfect artist to interpret Dylan's poetic lyrics for a new generation of readers.
.This beautiful edition includes a CD of Dylan's original 1963 recording, plus a special note by renowned music columnist Greil Marcus, putting the song in historical context.
About the Author
Bob Dylan is one of the most lauded and greatest-loved songwriters and performers of all time. His particular brand of music first caught the public's attention in the 1960s. He has released thirty-five studio albums with hits ranging from "Blowin' in the Wind" and "Like a Rolling Stone" to "All Along the Watchtower," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," and "Make You Feel My Love." His remarkable career in music and literature continues to this day.
JON J MUTH has written and illustrated many acclaimed picture books including his Caldecott Honor title, "Zen Shorts", which "Kirkus" proclaimed, "As perfect a picture as can be"; and "The Three Questions", which the "New York Times Book Review" called "quietly life-changing." His book "Zen Ties" was a "New York Times" bestseller. He lives in New York State with his wife and four children.
“… Jon J Muth (“Zen Shorts”), whose dreamy, delicate watercolors seem particularly well suited to Bob Dylan's call for peace, freedom and understanding.” ---New York Times.com
“Muth's watercolor paintings are delicate and beautiful…Teachers of music and/or history, and fans of folk music will be pleased with the book.” --School Library Journal