I've recently returned to the piano after about 20 years of not playing, and this book has been an absolute joy! I bought it because I wanted to learn the tune from 'Listen with Mother', but have found so many other favourites in it too - tunes I've only recognised once I've started to play them, pieces known to me as 'that song from Room with a View', 'that tune from Classic FM for Babies', 'the one Dad used to like', etc. The book sits open on the piano, and I can't go a day without a quick fix from it! My poor old grade exam books (all the pieces I meant to resurrect after buying the piano) have been left to yellow in the music rack. I'm a Grade 6 (or was), but I think some of these pieces have been transposed into an easier key than the original, making many of them suitable for players at about a Grade 4. This is a bonus for me - I just want to play for fun. But I guess a more serious pianist might feel the simplification is cheating a bit. Anyway, I love the book, and would recommend it to anyone returning to the keyboard, or who wants to play cracking tunes for fun - and isn't too worried about the authenticity. Now, shall I treat myself to 'More Tunes You've Always Wanted to Play' too...?