45413: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
By Mike Venezia / Grolier Publishing Company

The best way to introduce children to music and composers is through fun. If children can learn about music in a fun way, and think of composers as real people, the exciting world of music will be open to them for the rest of their lives.

431041: Who Was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? Who Was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart?
By Yona Zeldis McDonough / Grosset & Dunlap

Introduce your youngsters to a classical music master! This fascinating biography charts the prolific composer's extraordinary career and personal life, while painting a vivid cultural history of 18th-century Europe. Black-and-white illustrations on every spread explore such topics as the history of opera and the evolution of musical instruments. Includes a timeline and a bibliography. Ages 8 to 12. 106 pages, softcover from Grosset & Dunlap.

650544: Mozart, The Wonder Boy Study Guide Mozart, The Wonder Boy Study Guide
By Judy Wilcox / Zeezok Publishing, Llc

This study guide accompanies Opal Wheeler's sold-separately Mozart, The Wonder Boy. Timelines, additional illustrations, tidbits of information, and reading comprehension questions are included. Answers follow the questions with referenced pages numbers where the answer can be found. 31 pages, softcover. Grades K-6.

(127 page textbook Mozart the Wonder Boy sold separately)

Slideshow pictures courtesy of:

The Boy Mozart
Used with permission Courtesy of the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

Mozart plaque in Olomouc in the Czech Republic Creative Commons Michael Manas

Plaque dedicated to Mozart and his father Leopold Creative Commons Michael Manas

Mozart House where he composed the Marriage of Figaro Creative Commons Georges Jansoone