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Natalia Padilla is a twelve year old pianist, composer, art illustrator, and author of “Good Night.” She currently lives in San Diego, California, where she has lived for the most of her life. She’s also a songwriter, and her debut song was also called “Good Night.” In 2015, she won the California National Piano Playing auditions. Natalia enjoys reading fantasy and history books, and uses her creativity to paint, draw, or to sculpt clay into a piece of beauty. Natalia relaxes her thought processing creativity by playing her piano to possibly create a song for people to enjoy such as her song “Good Night”.

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Natalia Padilla is a twelve year old pianist, composer, art illustrator, and author of “Good Night.” She currently lives in San Diego, California, where she has lived for the most of her life. She’s also a songwriter, and her debut song was also called “Good Night.” In 2015, she won the California National Piano Playing auditions. Natalia enjoys reading fantasy and history books, and uses her creativity to paint, draw, or to sculpt clay into a piece of beauty. Natalia relaxes her thought processing creativity by playing her piano to possibly create a song for people to enjoy such as her song “Good Night”.

Good Night

 Natalia describes in this “GOOD NIGHT” classic picture book about some people learn differently, and to solve a problem you have to think differently. Music is also in this book “GOOD NIGHT” with the song titled “GOOD NIGHT” composed by Natalia for any young child to be inspired to learn music. Reading this book a child will enjoy learning the English language vowels, consonants, conjunction words, and how to speak the English language correctly without an accent.  Music and reading is the key to opening up a child’s mind to be content in one’s self, and to open up their creativity that every child has. A child or adult may learn through reading with fun this wonderful story of a young girls day, and night in how she spends her time with family and friends. The final pages teach us that just one small seed, or one small child, can make a wonderful difference in this world.

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