A Christmas Book for the Ukulele Beginner


A_Christmas_Book_for_Cover_for_KindleHey there everyone – I’ve just finished my latest book and I’m hoping you’ll check it out.

If you’ve been thinking about getting a ukulele for yourself, or for someone you love, what better time to do it than at Christmas? Ukuleles have become very popular recently and no wonder. They’re fun to play and easy to learn. If you already play a guitar, you might consider getting a ukulele as a portable alternative to lugging a big instrument around. A ukulele is a particularly terrific first instrument for a child, or for any one taking up a musical instrument for the first time, because of its small size, soft (nylon) strings, and easy chords.

This full color 8″x10″ music instruction book offers the perfect accompanying gift for any beginner getting their first ukulele. It contains comprehensive advice on choosing a ukulele, details of the essential accessories needed, instructions on how to play the ukulele, an easy ukulele chord chart, and song sheets for 9 Christmas tunes.

In addition, accompanying music is provided on-line for free, as are PDF files of the chord chart and song sheets (for those who opt for the Kindle ebook instead of the print version).

Here are links for getting the book!

More info (and downloads) provided at www.fayehicks.com/Xmas.html

About Faye Hicks

I am a professor emeritus, civil engineer, animal lover and writer.
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