Jazzy Miz Mozetta by Brenda C. Roberts. il Frank Morrison.
Farrar Straus Giroux: NY, 2004

You can almost hear the music and feel the beat as Miz Mozetta prepares for a night of dancing. Her friends decline since their bodies don't work the way they used to do, and the kids dancing to their music on the street doubt she has the moves. She gives up and goes home, but her friends decide to lift her spirits.

Even the pictures are jazzy. What a lovely way to share the love of music and dance! Both transcend all barriers-in this case the generation gap.
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