Our Marching Band

Our Marching Band

Lloyd Moss Diana Cain Bluthenthal / Dec 07, 2019

Our Marching Band Ralph loves the tuba Maureen fancies the flute Betsy likes the glockenspiel and for Calvin it s the drum Belinda prefers the trombone Harry craves a clarinet and Sam longs for a saxophone And then

  • Title: Our Marching Band
  • Author: Lloyd Moss Diana Cain Bluthenthal
  • ISBN: 9780399233357
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ralph loves the tuba Maureen fancies the flute Betsy likes the glockenspiel, and for Calvin it s the drum Belinda prefers the trombone, Harry craves a clarinet, and Sam longs for a saxophone And then there s Mae McCall a natural born leader with a baton What s a group like this to do Form a marching band, of course It s not all beautiful music at first when the kidsRalph loves the tuba Maureen fancies the flute Betsy likes the glockenspiel, and for Calvin it s the drum Belinda prefers the trombone, Harry craves a clarinet, and Sam longs for a saxophone And then there s Mae McCall a natural born leader with a baton What s a group like this to do Form a marching band, of course It s not all beautiful music at first when the kids play, the grown ups cringe and cover their ears But these kids aren t giving up, and before long they have even the mayor convinced that practice does make perfect

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    1. A fun way to introduce children to various instruments in a marching band. And if your kids get inspired and want to learn how to play one, this book appropriately conveys that it takes a little practice to be good too. *wink*Ages 5+Cleanliness: one picture spread is a Halloween scene with trick-or-treating, ghosts, vampires etc.


    2. Booklist (August 2001 (Vol. 97, No. 22))Ages 4-8. Moss, irrepressible host of New York City's WQXR's afternoon classical radio, once again beguiles, as he did in Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin (1996). This rhymed tale catalogs the children and their instruments: Belinda on the trombone, Harry on the clarinet, Calvin on the drum, Mae with her baton. "One house away, Shavaun O'Shea, / In mapping out her life, / Had planned to blow a piccolo / (Which some folks call a fife)."The ensuing cacophony does not [...]


    3. A bunch of kids each take up different instruments and resolve to create a marvelous marching band. At first the adults around them are driven crazy by the dissonance, but with practice and perseverance, the kids make themselves into a first class marching band.Great illustrations - Dex (2 years old) loved the boys with the big drum. He marched around the room banging on his own big drum after reading this.


    4. This book is so cute! The rhymes are well thought it and detailed while teaching childrn instruments. I like this book because it not only teaches about the instruments but also about dedication and hard work.Learning Experience: I'll bring in a nuñber of instruments and let theildren play with them and learn about them. They will then choose an instrument to practice with and make a song.


    5. When all the girls and boys in the neighborhood take up musical instruments, at first they produce awful tones, but after much practice they are able to come together as a marching band that brings brassy, classy fun.


    6. Joyous story of the genesis of a community marching band. The tone is matter-of-fact; the feeling is that there is an unstoppable momentum that leads to a marching band composed of individuals, each pursuing an instrument of choice.


    7. This is Isaac's all time favorite book right now. We keep checking it out again and again - I think it may be time to invest in our own copy. :) I like it too - but I am not obsessed like he is. He loves the pictures and all of the instruments.



    8. As a former marching band member, I thought this book was pretty cute. It could apply to about an band I've been a part of, with starting by sounding horrible and gradually getting better.



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