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Amy Plays the Violin

Average rating
4.7 out of 5
Based on 14 Ratings and 13 Reviews

Book Description
Amy learns the value of confidence while preparing for her first recital. Amy's not sure she will win the crowd over by playing the violin at her first recital but after talking to her older brother and sister, she finds her confidence makes her first recital a success! What did they say to to bring her confidence up? Read it and find out!
Book Information
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages26
Publication Date02/15/2011
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About Julie Labossiere (Author) : Julie Labossiere is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Julie Labossiere is Amy Goes Surfing.
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About Dwayne Brown (Illustrator) : Dwayne Brown is a published illustrator of children's books. A published credit of Dwayne Brown is Amy Goes Surfing.
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10/25/2011 Debbie - onyx95 said:
Amy Plays the Violin By Julie Labossiere Amy has been preparing for her first violin recital. Even though she has practiced, she is still feeling nervous about it so she goes to her family to see if they can help her prepare better for the recital. Asking her brother Aaron, he offers her to... more

tags: I read, rtb, 2011

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5/14/2011 Billy Burgess said:
Amy is nervous about her upcoming recital, where she will play her new instrument - the violin. She tries not to worry about it by watching TV, but she just can’t. She thinks that she isn’t good enough to play the violin. Amy talks to her brother, Aaron, who plays the drums. She tries the drums... more

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