A tender and playful glimpse at the childhood of the world's greatest musical genius.
For now known as Wolferl, little Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lives only for music--and he already knows how to appreciate it in all its forms, even the most unexpected. The young virtuoso is looking for--and finding --inspiration wherever it hides, even in the cries of Nannerl, his sister, or the poop of his dog. He takes lessons from the birds, crickets and frogs, intertwining every note into his great masterpieces. A charming tale, riddled with good humor and poetry. This book resonates with music lovers of all ages.