Children's Books by Matthew Gollub

Children's Books by Matthew Gollub

Author Matthew Gollub writes award-winning children's books in English and Spanish and picture books with audio CDs. Matthew provides author assemblies, creative writing workshops, bilingual and keynote addresses. FREE bilingual literacy materials.

  • Media Clips from author, speaker, drummer Matthew Gollub: Interview with Miss Robin, Introducing drum beats at author assembies, Taiko rhythms at author assembies, Challenging students to echo bongo phrases, News 17 story in Baker... Media Clips from author, speaker, drummer Matthew Gollub: Interview with Miss Robin, Introducing drum beats at author assembies, Taiko rhythms at author assembies, Challenging students to echo bongo phrases, News 17 story in Bakersfield.

  • In this awaited sequel to The Jazz Fly, Matthew introduces Spanish words and Latin jazz. In fact, he introduces forty zippy Spanish phrases to thoroughly entertain children of all backgrounds. The first Spanish word is “pachanga” ... In this awaited sequel to The Jazz Fly, Matthew introduces Spanish words and Latin jazz. In fact, he introduces forty zippy Spanish phrases to thoroughly entertain children of all backgrounds. The first Spanish word is “pachanga” which is like a fiesta only with more music, more energy, and more dancing till all hours! Matthew’s MUST-HEAR CD features the same instrumentation as the first Jazz Fly, with the addition of master Latin percussionist John Santos.

  • My first language is English, but through studying and working overseas, I've learned to also speak Spanish and Japanese. To record The Jazz Fly, I even learned to speak jazz! I have a passion for encouraging young people to read-... My first language is English, but through studying and working overseas, I've learned to also speak Spanish and Japanese. To record The Jazz Fly, I even learned to speak jazz! I have a passion for encouraging young people to read--and for encouraging parents to read to their kids. "Language, rhythm, color, life! are the threads I weave through my books and presentations.