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Riassunto: "Band of Friends" is a fast paced 34,000 word young adult fun read that is targeted for the millions of middle level students riding the rollercoaster of thrills and spills of being in the school band. The concept of writing a book and/or series featuring band kids was born when the school librarian and I discovered that there were no available books in this genre to recommend to my students. Band students are typically the most avid readers in the school and we were very surprised that there weren't any books addressing this genre. With a mix of a marketing ploy and the educator that I am, I intentionally designed this, the first book of the series, to address the younger YA market (length and level) with succeeding books advancing appropriately. Several goals with this series include weaving the main characters' development through school experiences, music performance experiences, and their individual experiences with athletics and an eclectic mix of family values.

Synopsis: Ronnie Simms had to move mid-year to a town that was very different than the place he grew up. Ronnie, a typically insecure middle school trumpet player in a socially backwards town with a great band suddenly finds himself in a much more socially advanced sports driven town with a less developed band program. Socially outcast by most of the new students, he becomes irreversibly linked to three friends in band. The new friends, neighbors and bike riding buddies are Dean, the nerdy clarinet player that lives next door, Butch, the goofy trombone player, and the character that balances the equation, Claire. Claire is a cute, wealthy, athletic, girl in the drum section who cleverly gets the boys out of the trouble they always manage to get into. Ronnie's reluctant arrival in the new school immediately finds him teased, insecure and lost in his new world. But, he is able to rise to every challenge including being attacked by and decking the school bully during his first detention ever, going on a bike ride with is new friends that becomes a life or death adventure, and being accepted into the band in a way that thrusts him into the starring role in the band's performance for a championship football game in front of the whole town. None of this would have been possible without supportive parents, a bratty but lovable younger sister, and of course three very special new friends.

After surviving his own adventures as a member of the band in school, "Doc" Smith finds himself in his 30th year of directing school bands. After many successful years teaching at the high school and university level, the return to his first love, middle level teaching, has been both revitalizing and productive. With his bands consistently rated at the highest levels, Smith has enjoyed having his two sons and all of their friends as his students while actively publishing journal articles about innovative pedagogies he has developed. "Band of Friends" is Smith's uplifting first offering in a series of fiction books about the adventures of being in a school band program. As a state chair of advocacy for music education, the author has dedicated this book to all of the students that include music as part of their school day and promises to donate a percentage of all of his proceeds to the "Music for All Foundation" to support music programs nationwide.

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Descrizione libro Outskirts Press, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 211 x 140 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Band of Friends is a fast paced 34,000 word young adult fun read that is targeted for the millions of middle level students riding the rollercoaster of thrills and spills of being in the school band. The concept of writing a book and/or series featuring band kids was born when the school librarian and I discovered that there were no available books in this genre to recommend to my students. Band students are typically the most avid readers in the school and we were very surprised that there weren t any books addressing this genre. With a mix of a marketing ploy and the educator that I am, I intentionally designed this, the first book of the series, to address the younger YA market (length and level) with succeeding books advancing appropriately. Several goals with this series include weaving the main characters development through school experiences, music performance experiences, and their individual experiences with athletics and an eclectic mix of family values. Synopsis: Ronnie Simms had to move mid-year to a town that was very different than the place he grew up. Ronnie, a typically insecure middle school trumpet player in a socially backwards town with a great band suddenly finds himself in a much more socially advanced sports driven town with a less developed band program. Socially outcast by most of the new students, he becomes irreversibly linked to three friends in band. The new friends, neighbors and bike riding buddies are Dean, the nerdy clarinet player that lives next door, Butch, the goofy trombone player, and the character that balances the equation, Claire. Claire is a cute, wealthy, athletic, girl in the drum section who cleverly gets the boys out of the trouble they always manage to get into. Ronnie s reluctant arrival in the new school immediately finds him teased, insecure and lost in his new world. But, he is able to rise to every challenge including being attacked by and decking the school bully during his first detention ever, going on a bike ride with is new friends that becomes a life or death adventure, and being accepted into the band in a way that thrusts him into the starring role in the band s performance for a championship football game in front of the whole town. None of this would have been possible without supportive parents, a bratty but lovable younger sister, and of course three very special new friends. After surviving his own adventures as a member of the band in school, Doc Smith finds himself in his 30th year of directing school bands. After many successful years teaching at the high school and university level, the return to his first love, middle level teaching, has been both revitalizing and productive. With his bands consistently rated at the highest levels, Smith has enjoyed having his two sons and all of their friends as his students while actively publishing journal articles about innovative pedagogies he has developed. Band of Friends is Smith s uplifting first offering in a series of fiction books about the adventures of being in a school band program. As a state chair of advocacy for music education, the author has dedicated this book to all of the students that include music as part of their school day and promises to donate a percentage of all of his proceeds to the Music for All Foundation to support music programs nationwide. Codice libro della libreria AAV9781432738167

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Descrizione libro Outskirts Press, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 211 x 140 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Band of Friends is a fast paced 34,000 word young adult fun read that is targeted for the millions of middle level students riding the rollercoaster of thrills and spills of being in the school band. The concept of writing a book and/or series featuring band kids was born when the school librarian and I discovered that there were no available books in this genre to recommend to my students. Band students are typically the most avid readers in the school and we were very surprised that there weren t any books addressing this genre. With a mix of a marketing ploy and the educator that I am, I intentionally designed this, the first book of the series, to address the younger YA market (length and level) with succeeding books advancing appropriately. Several goals with this series include weaving the main characters development through school experiences, music performance experiences, and their individual experiences with athletics and an eclectic mix of family values. Synopsis: Ronnie Simms had to move mid-year to a town that was very different than the place he grew up. Ronnie, a typically insecure middle school trumpet player in a socially backwards town with a great band suddenly finds himself in a much more socially advanced sports driven town with a less developed band program. Socially outcast by most of the new students, he becomes irreversibly linked to three friends in band. The new friends, neighbors and bike riding buddies are Dean, the nerdy clarinet player that lives next door, Butch, the goofy trombone player, and the character that balances the equation, Claire. Claire is a cute, wealthy, athletic, girl in the drum section who cleverly gets the boys out of the trouble they always manage to get into. Ronnie s reluctant arrival in the new school immediately finds him teased, insecure and lost in his new world. But, he is able to rise to every challenge including being attacked by and decking the school bully during his first detention ever, going on a bike ride with is new friends that becomes a life or death adventure, and being accepted into the band in a way that thrusts him into the starring role in the band s performance for a championship football game in front of the whole town. None of this would have been possible without supportive parents, a bratty but lovable younger sister, and of course three very special new friends. After surviving his own adventures as a member of the band in school, Doc Smith finds himself in his 30th year of directing school bands. After many successful years teaching at the high school and university level, the return to his first love, middle level teaching, has been both revitalizing and productive. With his bands consistently rated at the highest levels, Smith has enjoyed having his two sons and all of their friends as his students while actively publishing journal articles about innovative pedagogies he has developed. Band of Friends is Smith s uplifting first offering in a series of fiction books about the adventures of being in a school band program. As a state chair of advocacy for music education, the author has dedicated this book to all of the students that include music as part of their school day and promises to donate a percentage of all of his proceeds to the Music for All Foundation to support music programs nationwide. Codice libro della libreria AAV9781432738167

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Descrizione libro Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Paperback. 186 pages. It sure wasnt Ronnies choice to move from the only school he had ever known to find himself immersed in a very different town and strange new school. Ronnie rapidly discovers that the focus is clearly on him as the new kid while he is slipping into the life of an outcast and bully target. Fortunately, fate provides an opportunity for the new kid when his average trumpet playing in the old schools awesome band is better than this new band has ever heard and Ronnie rapidly earns a ticket to the cool table in his new Jr. Sr. High School band. Throw in a few crazy bike riding adventures, a fist fight in detention, an archeological discovery in the woods behind his new house, the championship football game spotlight, and Ronnie and his Band of Friends are set for new adventures around every corner. Coming soon: Band of Friends; Holiday Surprises Ronnies first holiday season in a new town has more surprises and twists than anyone could expect. You will get to know Ronnie and all of his friends better while you enjoy a thrilling ride through holiday concerts, family traditions, and a shocking discovery in the woods behind Ronnies house. After surviving his own adventures as a member of the band in school, the author Doc Smith finds himself in his 30th year of directing school bands. After many successful years teaching at the high school and university level, the return to his first love, middle level teaching, has been both revitalizing and productive. With his bands consistently rated at the highest levels, Smith has enjoyed having his two sons and all of their friends as his students while actively publishing journal articles about innovative pedagogies he has developed. Band of Friends is Smiths uplifting first offering in a series of fiction books about the adventures of being in a school band program. As a state chair of advocacy for music education, the author has dedicated this book to all of the students that include music as part of their school day and promises to donate a percentage of all of his proceeds to the Music for All Foundation to support music programs nationwide. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781432738167

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