Chuck's Band

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Listen up, Old MacDonald! Following the charming appeal of Chuck’s Truck, this tale sees Chuck and his barnyard friends forming a band, and boy howdy, these critters can really play! Join the ruckus with Peggy Perry Anderson’s toe-tapping, knee-slapping rhymes and bright illustrations introducing all of the musicians and their different instruments. While Chuck plays the banjo, the goat, Flo, joins him on her mandolin, and all the rest make music too: “With a strum and a hum, a peck and a pluck, they all played a tune while the chicken went, ‘Cluck.’” But what is the matter with Fat Cat Pat? Does she want her own instrument too, or is something else making that cat blue?

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User Review  - Picturebookreviewer - Goodreads

I found Chuck's Band online today and I expected a less mediocre book, honestly. From the cover I just expected a hootenanny with Chuck on a banjo but the book really has no plotline except that a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daryl Murphy - Goodreads

PB35 - I am a music lover so I thought this was a cool book about a band on the farm. Read full review

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Peggy Perry Anderson is a full-time elementary school art teacher and mother of three living with her husband in Owasso, Oklahoma.

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