In her book, "Music, Moving & Learning in Early Childhood", well-known Australian music educator Paula Melville-Clark presents a much needed resource for those involved with teaching music to young children. The book is written for early childhood specialists, for music specialists, for parents and for anyone who realizes the potential of music and movement in the early years. The book examines the fundamental theory and practice behind guiding the musical development of children aged 3 - 5 years and includes a year of lesson plans, a songbook of over 60 original songs plus traditional songs and a CD. Presented in three easy to use sections the book is beautifully presented with photos, illustrations and colourful graphics. This is the book early childhood educators have been asking for. It documents Paula Melville-Clark's innovative and unique approach to early childhood music education and assists readers in making the teaching of music both enjoyable and achievable. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Paula was Lecturer in Music and Music Education at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) from 1996 - 2008. Following a music and dance training in London, she held teaching positions in England, France, Hong Kong & Australia working with children, tertiary students, teachers, dancers and actors in many areas related to music and movement. Paula is a regular guest teacher at many conferences including the national AUSTA string conference, the National Institute of Education in Singapore, the UQ Summer Music Program, the USQ Residential Music Pedagogy School, the Qld Orff Schulwerk Association and the Queensland Youth Orchestra Camps. She currently conducts Muzik4Kidz music and movement classes for children and teaches piano from her studio in Toowoomba, Australia.