Music - Singing - Duet - Quartet
Harmony - Backup Singers - Lead Vocals - Vocalists
Singing The Lord's Song In A Strange Land
Singing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land - The African American Churches & Ecumenism
Never Stop Singing
Melody Ellison just turned ten, and she's dreaming of new ways to make her community a better place! When her pastor issues a New Year's challenge, she decides to fix up a neighborhood playground and plant a garden. But when her friends put her in charge, Melody finds out just how hard it can be to lead. From opportunities of a lifetime in Motown, to learning what it means to not give up in the face of setbacks and adversity, Melody discovers that working together makes everyone stronger. This second volume of Melody's classic stories tells how Melody strives to make justice, equality, and dignity grow in her community. 232 pages. Paperback. Author: Denise Lewis Patrick. Ages 8+
A Singing Star
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?
While Pippa is happy she's been given a part in the school play, she's having trouble with her lines. If she can't deliver them in rehearsals, what will she be like in the real thing? Perhaps she can pick up some tips at the forthcoming Royal Pony Performance . . .
On the magical island of Chevalia, it isn't just her own voice that Pippa needs to look for. Someone has stolen the sensational singing voice of superstar songstress Diva, and thinking that she is nothing without her talent, Diva is totally devastated. Can Pippa and her princess pony friend Stardust find the thief before Diva stops believing in herself?
About the Author
Chloe Ryder lives on a farm for thoroughbred and rescue horses. When she's not caring for the horses, she rides them across the hills surrounding her house. Chloe is one of the very few who know the true location of the magical island Chevalia. She is also the alter ego of Julie Sykes, award-winning author of over 60 books for children. Julie lives in Hampshire with her family and their pet wolf.