3 kids dreamin'

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Margaret K. McElderry Books, Apr 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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A text that pulses with contemporary rhythms and energy!We're a group called Squeezed/Ramone ticklin' the guitar/Willie talkin' the rap/Yock hammerin' the drums/Rhythm". So begins this story about two boys and a girl looking for a place to practice their music. Kicked out of Yock's apartment building for being too loud, the trio is welcomed in the home of Mr. Moses "Bass" Smith, an old musician. With practice, Squeezed is ready to perform -- and "Bass" Smith joins in. "Three kids smilin'/Mr. Moses Smith smilin'/high fivin '/bein' proud./A group called Squeezed".Combined with Dena Schutzer's expressive, active, black-and-white pictures, Linda England's positive story makes an exciting and unusual book -- not only for kids who like hip hop, but for any kid with a dream.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

In England's first book, the three kids of the title are a rap group called Squeezed: Ramone is on guitar, Willie raps, and Yock's on the drums as they dream of playing. In the meantime, they need a ... Read full review


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