Confessions of a Dieter: Musical Scales
A singing dieter? Dieters don't sing... they mumble, they grumble, and they growl (at least their stomachs do!). Confessions of a Dieter: Musical Scales can change all that! Through the power of music and humor, author Carol Krogh uncovers the sometimes secret, always quirky habits of a dieter. Well-known melodies, which are fun and easy to sing to, are the framework for the new dieters? lyrics. If you?ve ever dieted, you'll love singing these songs?they?re certain to touch a familiar chord or two, and they?ll transport you to a comfortable place of understanding and camaraderie. Music is such a vital part of our lives; Confessions of a Dieter presumes that dieting simply will not function successfully without it.
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