Oma is a poor, greedy, and selfish woman that met a kind, generous, and singing fish at the river. The fish, "Big Heart," befriended Oma but Oma wasn't very nice in return. The battle of wills between the fish and the woman makes this book a moral and entertaining piece for the reader. This book is an illustrated chapter book. The story reminds the author of her time growing up in Nigeria. Story time was one of the privileges that she enjoyed as a child. She hope that through this book her readers will appreciate some of the subtle ways that her culture passes down knowledge, to the young through Folktales. You can find other books by the author at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other book stores. Also, look up Chidinma Onyegbaduo for more books.
A practical, effective combination of textbook and song anthology, "Foundations in Singing" helps students master the essentials of vocal technique. Addressing the particular needs of beginners, the positive language provides encouragement while the solid pedagogy and wide selection of songs promote understanding. In the new eighth edition, vocal health, formerly Chapter 11, has been moved to an earlier position, Chapter 6, and song contents were expanded. Twelve titles, several in two keys, are new to this edition, including Jeanine Tesori, who wrote new songs for the 2001 production of "Thoroughly Modern Millie," poet Langston Hughes and composers H. T. Burleigh, Margaret Bonds and Duke Ellington. A Mexican popular standard, "Sabor a mi," is included for the first time.
Rainbow Magic meets My Little Pony. Be transported to the enchanted island of Chevalia for princesses, ponies and magical adventure: someone has stolen Princess Diva's singing voice. Can Pippa and her best friend Stardust find it?