A Children's Songbook Companion

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Horizon Publ & Distributi, Sep 1, 2005 - Religion - 300 pages
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The most complete and versatile resource available to help musicians and non-musicians alike teach children the love of the gospel through music and song! Includes: Complete lesson plans for every song in the Children's Songbook Hundreds of illustrations to copy and enlarge for teaching Easy instructions-regardless of your level of musical experience You'll be able to: Present and teach songs easily Add fun and variety to your teaching Challenge children of all ages and keep their attention Create new lessons simply and effectively Be well prepared to teach by the Spirit Perfect for: Family home evening Primary singing time Family trips and vacations Holidays and gatherings Singing time at school The authors have drawn upon years of hands-on musical experience and professional talent to produce this complete one-source guide to help you share the joy of singing with every child in your life.

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If you are a primary chorister, you NEED this book. Pat Graham is THE queen of primary music. Read full review

Review: A Children's Songbook Companion

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If you are a primary chorister, you NEED this book. Pat Graham is THE queen of primary music. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Linda Stewart, who's been nominated for Edgar and Agatha awards, has written "something of everything"--17 published novels and novelizations (under her own name and a variety of pseudonyms); television dramas and documentaries, magazine journalism, newspaper book reviews (Washington Post and Chi Trib, among others); advertising copy (at 4A agencies and, later, freelance), and lyrics, sketches and special material for nightclubs and Off-Broadway. She has also taught writing and literature courses at The School of Visual Arts in New York City.

Her novels have been reviewed by Publishers Weekly, Booklist , The New York Times Sunday Book Review, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, New York Newsday, The Baltimore Sun, The Philadelphia Inquirer, January Magazine, and TV Guide, among many others. Her biography appears in "Contemporary Authors" Vol. 101; "Who's Who in Entertainment," (1988-1993)and "Voyage au bout de la Noire" Gallimard, Paris, 1986.

She is the niece of Morrie Ryskind, the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright (Of Thee I Sing) and screenwriter (most of the Marx Brothers movies) and was married to screenwriter Donald Stewart ("Jackson County Jail," "Hunt for Red October," and "Missing," among others.

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