What's a song? Every bird has a note-the Canary has C, The Duck has D, The Eagle has E. But what are they to do when the Birdwatcher wants to hear a song, and not just one note over and over? This first book in the How Do You Do MusicTM series introduces notes on the treble clef, as they are sung by the birds. This is the first book in the HOW DO YOU DO MUSIC(TM) series of picture books, designed by educator Leah Wells, that easily and whismsically acquaint readers with elements of music.
When Edith met a cheeky young lyrebird on her garden path, she could not guess that he would one day be known as A Miracle of the Dandenongs. Soon, James the lyrebird was singing and dancing for Edith, mimicking the birdsongs and other sounds that echoed through the bush. Word of their friendship spread and people travelled from near and far to film and record James. But with people came change ... This true story, retold by Jackie Kerin and beautifully illustrated by Peter Gouldthorpe, celebrates a remarkable friendship between a gardener and one of Australias most extraordinary birds.
After a visit to the Songbird Caf on Little Bird Island, it seems dreams really can come true... First book in a heartwarming series about friendship, family and wishes for readers aged 9 years and up.
(Willis). The A Dozen a Day Songbook series contains wonderful Broadway, movie and pop hits that may be used as companion pieces to the memorable technique exercises in the A Dozen a Day series. Also suitable as supplements for ANY method! Songs in Book 2: Hallelujah * I Dreamed a Dream * I Walk the Line * I Want to Hold Your Hand * In the Mood * Moon River * Once Upon a Dream * This Land Is Your Land * A Whole New World * You Raise Me Up.
Trust me, 't is something to be cast Face to face with one's self at last, To be taken out of the fuss and strife, The endless clatter of plate and knife, The bore of books, and the bores of the street, From the singular mess we agree to call Life.