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

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About the author (2005)

Linda Stewart is married and has two lovely daughters, Krista and Abbey (also the illustrators of Bubbles Gets Lost). Linda works as an MRI Technologist in and around Chicopee, Massachusetts. Her husband is in the military and at the time of publishing was posted to the Middle East. Both of Linda's parents came from Quebec so Linda learned French at an early age.

This is Linda's first book, but ever since her oldest daughter was born Linda has had a fascination with writing children's books.

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