If you or your children have no need to learn the piano keyboard then you may take this little book as a simple bed time story about a day at the zoo ending in a pie picnic with a crazy elephant.
If, however, you or your child have even a small desire to learn the piano and to make music with it then this story can be used to produce an instant recognition of the keyboard note names and give an easy way to find your way around all 88 keys on the piano keyboard and also in the printed music. A song and music is included plus a detailed verbal discription of how to play it for any parent, note reader or not, to enable them to teach the smallest child how to play it.
A lot of troubled water had gone under the old man's bridge but it had turned out well in the end. His children had awarded him the rank of Grandpa and the music of it had brightened his life forever after.
This book would not exist without the intelligent persistence and artful design of my best friend and wife Stephanie Warren.