Want to Be in a Band? ePUB õ Be in PDF Ç Want

Want to Be in a Band? ePUB õ Be in PDF Ç Want

Want to Be in a Band? ❰Read❯ ➪ Want to Be in a Band? Author Suzzy Roche – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Do you want to be in a band Well here's how First bug your two older sisters to start a band and then beg them to join It helps if they already know how to sing and play guitar Then there are some tri Do you want to be in Be in PDF Ç a band Well here's how First bug your two older sisters to start a band and then beg them to join It helps if they already know how to sing and play guitar Then there are some tricky parts like getting over STAGEFRIGHT and practicing until the tips of your fingers ache and playing gigs at not so big time music clubs At least that's the way our little sister narrator Want to MOBI :Þ explains it in her guide on how to start a band based on the real life experiences of author Suzzy Roche From the Hardcover edition.


10 thoughts on “Want to Be in a Band?

  1. Rachel Rachel says:

    My seven year old is really into the guitar lately and he just loved this book about making your own band He usually likes books without so many words on the page but this just captivated him He answered all the uestions out loud and loved all the pictures of guitars and looking for Blue the dog The illustrations were fun and different and I enjoyed them especially I figured he might like the guitar on the front and the title but the whole thing was a surprise hit for us


  2. Edward Sullivan Edward Sullivan says:

    So you wanna be a rock 'n' roll star?


  3. EJLJ EJLJ says:

    A fun and inspiring true story


  4. Kris Kris says:

    Picture book based on the author's life as a folk musician with her sisters in a band called the Roches Story is good I like the personal feel to the text I have to admit I'm not a big fan of Giselle Potter's illustrations and this was hard for me to overcome Will this book appeal to children? Don't know honestly I wouldn't expect it to Fans of the band will enjoy it in fact I can see adults liking this book much than kids But I could be wrong Reading this inspired me to look up the band and listen to some of their music well worth it A good one to know about 2 starred reviews Booklist PW


  5. Jocelyn Jocelyn says:

    Genre informational bookCopyright 2013A girl decides to be in a band so that she asks her two older sister to form a band with her In the beginning their performance is not very good They keep learning and practicing year by year Eventually their music is loved by many people They still keep practicing and performing although they are getting old These three sisters cooperated together and give support to one another The story also shows the girls' perseverance and cooperation by telling the process they form a band


  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    Have you ever watched a concert and thought I could do that? They make it look so easy Just learn to play an instrument and sing Wouldn't that be a great way to spend your time? But there may be some down sides to this There are the achey fingers from practicing The stage fright when you look out on all those faces And all the gigs you need to play before you get famous Do you think you can do it?


  7. Michelle Brandstetter Michelle Brandstetter says:

    I was disappointed with this book It may be a pet peeve of mine but I'd rather see messages in the positive especially for children ie Remember to practice versus don't forget to practice To me it wasn't very clever and at times seems condescending I think we should give children credit than that and keep in mind if we make reading entertaining for both the child and the adult they'll want to read even


  8. Liz Liz says:

    25Wasn't what I expected but I did like it The author at a young age and her sisters did form a folk indie rock band that lasted 30 years the Roches It seems there is a message for future artists


  9. Molly Molly says:

    This feels like a keepsake book The message which is really about loving your family just as much as how to succeed in music is delivered in fun and pithy language The illustrations which I admit took me some time to appreciate are folksy and off beat


  10. Cassie Cassie says:

    Holy words on each page Batman This book is definitely meant for an older crowd and definitely not for a storytime with a large audience Pictures are bright and colorful but is it just me or do the eyes look weird on the people??


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10 thoughts on “Want to Be in a Band?

  1. Rachel Rachel says:

    My seven year old is really into the guitar lately and he just loved this book about making your own band He usually likes books without so many words on the page but this just captivated him He answered all the uestions out loud and loved all the pictures of guitars and looking for Blue the dog The illustrations were fun and different and I enjoyed them especially I figured he might like the guitar on the front and the title but the whole thing was a surprise hit for us

  2. Edward Sullivan Edward Sullivan says:

    So you wanna be a rock 'n' roll star?

  3. EJLJ EJLJ says:

    A fun and inspiring true story

  4. Kris Kris says:

    Picture book based on the author's life as a folk musician with her sisters in a band called the Roches Story is good I like the personal feel to the text I have to admit I'm not a big fan of Giselle Potter's illustrations and this was hard for me to overcome Will this book appeal to children? Don't know honestly I wouldn't expect it to Fans of the band will enjoy it in fact I can see adults liking this book much than kids But I could be wrong Reading this inspired me to look up the band and listen to some of their music well worth it A good one to know about 2 starred reviews Booklist PW

  5. Jocelyn Jocelyn says:

    Genre informational bookCopyright 2013A girl decides to be in a band so that she asks her two older sister to form a band with her In the beginning their performance is not very good They keep learning and practicing year by year Eventually their music is loved by many people They still keep practicing and performing although they are getting old These three sisters cooperated together and give support to one another The story also shows the girls' perseverance and cooperation by telling the process they form a band

  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    Have you ever watched a concert and thought I could do that? They make it look so easy Just learn to play an instrument and sing Wouldn't that be a great way to spend your time? But there may be some down sides to this There are the achey fingers from practicing The stage fright when you look out on all those faces And all the gigs you need to play before you get famous Do you think you can do it?

  7. Michelle Brandstetter Michelle Brandstetter says:

    I was disappointed with this book It may be a pet peeve of mine but I'd rather see messages in the positive especially for children ie Remember to practice versus don't forget to practice To me it wasn't very clever and at times seems condescending I think we should give children credit than that and keep in mind if we make reading entertaining for both the child and the adult they'll want to read even

  8. Liz Liz says:

    25Wasn't what I expected but I did like it The author at a young age and her sisters did form a folk indie rock band that lasted 30 years the Roches It seems there is a message for future artists

  9. Molly Molly says:

    This feels like a keepsake book The message which is really about loving your family just as much as how to succeed in music is delivered in fun and pithy language The illustrations which I admit took me some time to appreciate are folksy and off beat

  10. Cassie Cassie says:

    Holy words on each page Batman This book is definitely meant for an older crowd and definitely not for a storytime with a large audience Pictures are bright and colorful but is it just me or do the eyes look weird on the people??

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