The Adventures of Jingle Jyngel: The Happy Helpful Bell

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 26, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 62 pages
"JINGLE JYNGEL" The Happy Helpful Bell is on a mission. She wants all the children to know how helpful and useful bells are......and she is going to prove it by the end of the book. A brass table bell is the main character in this fictional early reader book. "Jingle" is a very curious little bell, who wants to find out more about her "bell cousins" and share all the information she learns with boys and girls everywhere. Her "adventures" take readers through a town in Anywhere, USA, at anytime during the year, where she explains, describes and demonstrates all kinds of bells and their present day uses. This book is also an Arts in Education performance show for schools and Libraries for 2nd 4th grade students. Connects to reading, music, movement, campanology, science (sound/audio),bell collecting and language arts.
 

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About the author (2008)

ROCHELLE RABOUIN Author/Storyteller, Vocalist, Musician, Actress and Public Speaker Rochelle Rabouin, has come quite a long way in her careers. With the support and guidance of her family and parents she has successfully combined her love of books with her love of music. Her Mother, Dolores Lockwood –Rabouin, a librarian (the first African American to work in the state of New York as a Library page) made sure books and reading surrounded her and became a daily part of growing up. Her Father, Kenneth Rabouin, (a pioneer in Military Jazz Bands and a leading classical and Jazz musician) was the guiding force in establishing her musical foundation. From her first job as a volunteer Library page at the age of 11 to an 8 year gig as a talk show host to a performing artist currently working with Young Audiences of North Texas, Rochelle has come full circle. “SHAPES FRIENDS” is a book that was written in honor of her Father and as a thank you to him for the wonderful adventures of growing up in a military family and the gift of experiencing people from all different cultures. Rochelle lives in North Texas.

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