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LearnToPlayMusic.com's Free Music Education eBook Promotion Now Helps Parents and Schools Teach Piano Lessons for Kids, Guitar Lessons for Kids and Many Other Musical Instruments

For the Next Week, Parents and Music Educators Can Download a Comprehensive Set of Music Lessons for Kids at No Charge, Which Is $120 Saving Off the Cover Price of the Print Editions

AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 09/02/14 -- In a special back-to-school promotion, LearnToPlayMusic.com (a.k.a. Koala Music Publications) is now offering 12 more of their award winning music lessons for kids as free eBooks to help parents, music teachers, music schools, music directors, bandmasters and anyone interested in music lesson plans for kids to build an extensive digital eBook library.

"Music is about communication, self-expression and having fun! For children specifically, it can help them grow as a person, promote good self-esteem, an ability to listen, focus, and solve problems," said Gary Turner, LearnToPlayMusic.com's CEO. "Our music lessons for kids cover the most popular music instruments for teaching music to young beginners. They are recommended by music teachers all over the world and use tried and tested music lesson plans that are both easy to follow and move at the right pace for the learning child. Illustrated in full color and with online video and audio they really do make learning fun."

Free Music Education eBook Library
During the eBook Music Lesson Library promotional campaign, @LTPMusic will be giving away dozens of their best-selling music lesson eBooks. The eBook Library membership is completely free and requires no credit card to join. All eBook Library members will also enjoy a 20% discount on hundreds of printed music lesson books and sheet music that can be ordered directly from the website.

eBooks with Video and Audio Online Music Lessons
All eBooks in the library can be downloaded and viewed on popular eBook reader tablets including Amazon Kindle, Apple iPad and Android Tablets as well as Windows and Apple Mac desktop and laptop computers. All eBooks come with online video and/or audio resources so the student can practice and learn on their own as well as follow along with the scrolling music score animations. Students can even play along with backing band tracks when they are confident and ready to learn how their part works with others in a group.

LearnToPlayMusic.com eBook Music Lessons for Kids
This week's set of free eBooks for kids includes:

1. How to Play Piano - free Piano lessons for Kids with Video available online
2. How to Play Guitar - free Guitar lessons for Kids with Video available online
3. How to Play Violin - free Violin lessons for Kids with Audio available online
4. How to Play Electronic Keyboard - free Electronic Keyboard lessons for Kids with Video available online
5. How to Play Ukulele - free Ukulele lessons for Kids with Video available online
6. How to Play Recorder - free Recorder lessons for Kids with Video available online
7. How to Sing - free Singing lessons for Kids with Audio available online
8. How to Play Keyboard - free Keyboard lessons for Kids with Video available online
9. How to Play Classical Guitar - free Classical Guitar lessons for Kids with Video available online
10. How to Play Harmonica - free Harmonica lessons for Kids with Video available online
11. How to Play Percussion - free Percussion lessons for Kids with Audio available online
12. How to Play Flute - free Flute lessons for Kids with Audio available online

Music School Fundraising Campaigns to Build Music Lesson Libraries
As a part of the initiative, and to help schools raise money to support their music programs, a digital fundraising site, currently in development, will allow music schools to sell eBooks from their own eBook Music Lesson Library. This will allow students to download music lesson eBooks onto their tablets or laptops. Teachers and school administrators can register interest in the fundraising program at: www.learntoplaymusic.com/freemium.

Printed Music Books for Teachers, Music Schools and Retail Outlets
LearnToPlayMusic.com offers huge discounts on printed music lesson book sales to music teachers, music stores, resellers, distributors, music schools, music teacher associations and ecommerce portals. Please contact [email protected] for more details.

For more information on LearnToPlayMusic.com's free Music Education eBook Library, music lessons for kids or free eBooks for kids visit www.learntoplaymusic.com or contact them directly below.

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