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Choir Practice By Jarred Mechanick
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Eighty poems about loss, desperation, memory, time travel, girls, pants, coughing, materials, and isolation.
Baxter – The Singing Frog and His Choir By Fran Melton
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Baxter is a children's tale about a little frog on a lake in Wisconsin that teaches the other frogs how to sing and start a choir. At night they perfect their music and sing together in the lake. In... More > the beautifully illustrated story he also befriends other creatures on the lake as well as a little girl named Jenna and her cousin Logan.< Less
Baxter – The Singing Frog and His Choir By Fran Melton
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Baxter the Singing Frog and His Choir is a beautifully illustrated children's tale about a frog named Baxter who forms a frog choir in a lake in Wisconsin. During his adventure he encounters other... More > creatures around the lake like a Robin named Rachel, as well as a little girl named Jenna and her cousin Logan who listen to the choir from their window at night.< Less
Strictly Girls By Margare Moore
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She’s left school, in her first job, still at home, Mum decideS she’ll take no more impertinence from her, making the point with hairbrush and paddle. Corporal punishment from late 19th... More > century, a stern Governess, girl she disciplined. Back to stay with an Aunt, now almost grown up, things remind her of a PREVIOUS spanking, one thing leads to another! out of the dorm at night, leads to much use of slipper, cane, on two girls! Interesting thought-experiment on the limits of corporal punishment, just how much is too much, even when permitted. Auntie Jane, a Duchess, turns out to very old-fashioned about manners and respect, and an expert on the customs around using the rattan school-style cane. Girls feuding over a boyfriend goad the Mistress into spanking them with hand and ruler and they both come to regret it, but it brings them together, boys forgotten! Tickle-toe torture in the choir stalls. Posh daughter takes advantage of the maid; but fair’s fair, gets what she richly deserves!< Less
Strictly Girls By Margare Moore
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She’s left school, in her first job, still at home, Mum decideS she’ll take no more impertinence from her, making the point with hairbrush and paddle. Corporal punishment from late 19th... More > century, a stern Governess, girl she disciplined. Back to stay with an Aunt, now almost grown up, things remind her of a PREVIOUS spanking, one thing leads to another! out of the dorm at night, leads to much use of slipper, cane, on two girls! Interesting thought-experiment on the limits of corporal punishment, just how much is too much, even when permitted. Auntie Jane, a Duchess, turns out to very old-fashioned about manners and respect, and an expert on the customs around using the rattan school-style cane. Girls feuding over a boyfriend goad the Mistress into spanking them with hand and ruler and they both come to regret it, but it brings them together, boys forgotten! Tickle-toe torture in the choir stalls. Posh daughter takes advantage of the maid; but fair’s fair, gets what she richly deserves!< Less
Sing, Girls, Sing! 2nd Edition By Bobbie Smith
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In Sing, Girls, Sing, four girls turn to music when their families force them to move to a new city against their will. Emily, Christa, Fatima and Anna learn to overcome their deepest fears by... More > singing together.< Less
Sing, Girls, Sing! 2nd Edition By Bobbie Smith
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In Sing, Girls, Sing, four girls turn to music when their families force them to move to a new city against their will. Emily, Christa, Fatima and Anna learn to overcome their deepest fears by... More > singing together.< Less
She Who Sings, Prays Twice By Linda Ross Meyer
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Viva, at 19, has rarely been allowed outside the gates of the Venetian orphanage where she has been raised. Yet she has been trained in music by the great Antonio Vivaldi himself and her beautiful... More > voice lures the rich and famous from around the world to come hear the girls' choir and orchestra of the Ospedale de Maria della Pieta. Viva longs to be free, to sail through the world like the merchant ships in the bay. More secretly, she longs to compose great music. But girls aren't allowed to compose for the coro. Then one day, Jean Jacques Rousseau comes to hear the choir girls sing. And Viva's life and music are changed forever. Winner of the 2006 Tassy Walden Award for best young adult novel.< Less
She Who Sings, Prays Twice By Linda Ross Meyer
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Viva, at 19, has rarely been allowed outside the gates of the Venetian orphanage where she has been raised. Yet she has been trained in music by the great Antonio Vivaldi himself and her beautiful... More > voice lures the rich and famous from around the world to come hear the girls' choir and orchestra of the Ospedale de Maria della Pieta. Viva longs to be free, to sail through the world like the merchant ships in the bay. More secretly, she longs to compose great music. But girls aren't allowed to compose for the coro. Then one day, Jean Jacques Rousseau comes to hear the choir girls sing. And Viva's life and music are changed forever. Winner of the 2006 Tassy Walden Award for Best Young Adult Novel. For a taste of the book's historical setting, see the BBC's 2008 documentary, "Vivaldi's Women," on youtube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYpSTlN9n-w< Less
Orange Flavored Footnotes By Matthew Barbosa
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This collection of poems, photographs, sketches, and short stories by musician Matthew Barbosa serves as a mass observation of the innumerable characters in life- from the disgruntled diner cook to... More > the dutiful bellhop, the unfortunate mother, flip-flopping optometrist, spiritual performer, struggling poet, innocent little girl, and many more.< Less