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  • Bats in the Band

    Brian Lies

    eBook (HMH Books for Young Readers, Aug. 5, 2014)
    The look on our faces is easy to read: a little night music is just what we need! A late-spring night sky fills with bats flocking to a theater, already echoing and booming with delightful sounds of music. Bat music—plunky banjoes, bat-a-tat drums, improvised instruments, country ballads, and the sweet cries of a bat with the blues. Join this one-of-a-kind music festival as the bats celebrate the rhythm of the night, and the positive power of music. Brian Lies’s newest celebration of bats and their dazzling, dizzying world will lift everyone’s spirits with joyous noise and cheer!
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  • Bats in the Band

    Brian Lies

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, Sept. 10, 2019)
    In this symphonious companion to Brian Lies’s best-selling Bat Book series, strike up the band, celebrate, and share music! For fans of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and the Llama Llama series.The look on our faces is easy to read: a little night music is just what we need! A late-spring night sky fills with bats flocking to a theater already echoing and booming with delightful sounds of music—bat music!Join this one-of-a-kind music festival as the bats celebrate the rhythm of the night and the positive power of music. Brian Lies’s bats and their dazzling, dizzying world will lift everyone’s spirits with joyous noise and cheer.
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  • Bats in the Band

    Brian Lies

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, Aug. 5, 2014)
    The look on our faces is easy to read: a little night music is just what we need! A late-spring night sky fills with bats flocking to a theater, already echoing and booming with delightful sounds of music. Bat music—plunky banjoes, bat-a-tat drums, improvised instruments, country ballads, and the sweet cries of a bat with the blues. Join this one-of-a-kind music festival as the bats celebrate the rhythm of the night, and the positive power of music. Brian Lies’s newest celebration of bats and their dazzling, dizzying world will lift everyone’s spirits with joyous noise and cheer!
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  • In The Band

    Jean Haus

    eBook (Skyscape, Oct. 22, 2013)
    Eighteen-year-old Riley Middleton should be far away from home, about to start her freshman year of college on a full-ride scholarship she earned with her unmatched skills on the drums. But instead of marching-band practice and dorm life, Riley is stuck at home—her family needs her. In an effort to help her regain her rhythm, Riley’s best friends encourage her to try out as the drummer for the hot college rock band Luminescent Juliet. But when Riley shows up for the audition, the three band members aren’t what she expected: all of them have more ego than Riley wants to deal with, and they all are drop-dead gorgeous. Sparks immediately fly with Romeo, the band’s dark-haired and sexy lead guitar player, who doesn’t want Riley in his band and relentlessly pushes her to quit. But drumming is all that’s keeping Riley’s spirit alive—she has to make this work, and if that means ignoring both Romeo’s taunts and his dangerously smoldering looks, she’ll find a way to stay in the band. As Luminescent Juliet’s fame increases, Riley finds herself caught among the egos and magnetism of her bandmates. If she wants to play the drums, she must find a way to ignore the sparks that threaten to ignite the tensions simmering onstage, ready to explode into a raging fire of passion at any moment. This book is intended for mature teen audiences due to strong language and some sexual content.
  • Bats in the Band

    Brian Lies

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, Aug. 16, 1800)
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  • In The Band

    Jean Haus

    Paperback (Skyscape, Oct. 22, 2013)
    Eighteen-year-old Riley Middleton should be far away from home, about to start her freshman year of college on a full-ride scholarship she earned with her unmatched skills on the drums. But instead of marching-band practice and dorm life, Riley is stuck at home—her family needs her. In an effort to help her regain her rhythm, Riley’s best friends encourage her to try out as the drummer for the hot college rock band Luminescent Juliet. But when Riley shows up for the audition, the three band members aren’t what she expected: all of them have more ego than Riley wants to deal with, and they all are drop-dead gorgeous. Sparks immediately fly with Romeo, the band’s dark-haired and sexy lead guitar player, who doesn’t want Riley in his band and relentlessly pushes her to quit. But drumming is all that’s keeping Riley’s spirit alive—she has to make this work, and if that means ignoring both Romeo’s taunts and his dangerously smoldering looks, she’ll find a way to stay in the band. As Luminescent Juliet’s fame increases, Riley finds herself caught among the egos and magnetism of her bandmates. If she wants to play the drums, she must find a way to ignore the sparks that threaten to ignite the tensions simmering onstage, ready to explode into a raging fire of passion at any moment. This book is intended for mature teen audiences due to strong language and some sexual content.
  • In the Bath

    Leslie Patricelli

    Board book (Walker Books Ltd, )
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  • In the Band

    Jean Haus

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 18, 2012)
    A Contemporary/New Adult/YA Mature Romance When family problems push Riley Middleton into giving up a percussion scholarship in another state and attending college from home, her friends push her to try out for a local rock band. Of course, Riley makes the band. She rules at the drums. Riley soon finds out rock bands have a different dynamic than marching bands, especially when each of her male band mates has a major ego and is a major player. Two of them relentlessly flirt with her. The other—a dark, sexy rock god she can’t help being attracted to— is a total jerk and pushes her to quit. She becomes determined to ignore his rudeness and his hotness. Even if she was interested in jerks, a hook up would probably get her booted out of the ego-ridden band, and playing keeps her sane. Behind the drums, the world and her family’s troubles evaporate. If she wants to stay in the band, Riley just has to ignore the growing sparks between her and her band enemy. But as she gets to know the man behind the stage persona, ignoring him proves to be more difficult than flowing through a time sig shift. *New Adult/Mature YA for language and sexual situations.
  • The Bats in the Slats

    Thomas R. Ryan

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 17, 2015)
    Grandpa Buzz lives in a beach house built on tall stilts. He loves his house and its big deck, where he grows tomatoes and fruit. Or, at least he would if it weren’t for the rats. The rats are big, greedy thieves. They raid Grandpa’s garbage bins and leave a terrible mess. They steal his tomatoes and fruit. Why, they even ran off with his freshly baked apple pie! Grandpa has had enough of the nasty little beasts. Under the house it’s dark and scary, and Grandpa is afraid of what might live down there. As it turns out a family of bats calls the dark space home, hanging out and sleeping under the slats of the deck. Grandpa only finds them when he waters his plants and water splashing through the slats wakes them up. When they ask Grandpa to stop leaving them with wet wings, he agrees—but only if they do him a favor in return. With the help of the bat family, Grandpa’s going to get rid of those rats for good! Written by grandfather Thomas R. Ryan, Bats in the Slats is a fun poem with a twist ending sure to leave children laughing.
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  • In the Band

    Jean Haus, Kate Rudd, Luke Daniels

    (Brilliance Audio, Oct. 22, 2013)
    Being popular in the college music scene doesn’t solve all your problems; at least that’s what the hot musicians of indie band Luminescent Juliet discover. In this compelling novel, trouble begins when eighteen-year-old Riley, trying to regain her rhythm after throwing away her percussion scholarship to a top school, wins an audition to become the band’s new drummer. This sets her on a collision course with Romeo, the band’s sexy dark-haired guitarist, whose ambitions do not include performing with a girl. Luckily for Riley, all her problems seem to evaporate when she’s behind the drums. Yet she can’t ignore reality as the band’s artistic power struggles increase — and the dynamic between her and Romeo edges from dislike into overwhelming attraction. If the two can’t find a way to be together without breaking up the band and wreaking havoc on the lives of those around them, they’ll lose not just their chance to make music, but their chance for a future together.
  • In the Band

    Laura Verderosa

    Paperback (Newmark Learning, Jan. 1, 2011)
    Social Studies In the BandTeach sight words and standardsbased content at the same time These gorgeous and engaging nonfiction texts introduce new readers to the most essential highfrequency words Highinterest Social Studies contexts help develop contentarea concepts and vocabulary as well as concepts about print earlyreading strategies comprehension and fluency BONUS before and after reading activities included in each book Full color 12 pagesSpecifications. Language English. Grade PreKG Kindergarden Grade 1 2 3. Age Group 4 to 6. Type Nonfiction. Series SWR. AuthorEditor Laura Verderosa. CopyrightDate 2011. ISBN 13 9781607196129. Dimension 65 H x 01 W x 7625 L. Weight 013 lbs
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  • In the Band

    Jean Haus, Luke Daniels Kate Rudd

    (Brilliance Audio, Sept. 1, 2015)
    Being popular in the college music scene doesn’t solve all your problems; at least that’s what the hot musicians of indie band Luminescent Juliet discover. In this compelling novel, trouble begins when eighteen-year-old Riley, trying to regain her rhythm after throwing away her percussion scholarship to a top school, wins an audition to become the band’s new drummer. This sets her on a collision course with Romeo, the band’s sexy dark-haired guitarist, whose ambitions do not include performing with a girl. Luckily for Riley, all her problems seem to evaporate when she’s behind the drums. Yet she can’t ignore reality as the band’s artistic power struggles increase — and the dynamic between her and Romeo edges from dislike into overwhelming attraction. If the two can’t find a way to be together without breaking up the band and wreaking havoc on the lives of those around them, they’ll lose not just their chance to make music, but their chance for a future together.