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Olivia forms a band —Falconer, Ian, 1959-

When Olivia learns that there will be no band at the evening's fireworks display, she decides to form one of her own, with herself as the only musician and some rather unusual instruments.

All eyes on Ozzy! —Steele, K-Fai, author, illustrator.

Ozzy loves attention. And the person she wants it from most of all is her music teacher, Ms. Bomba. So when it's time to choose an instrument for the school recital, Ozzy picks the biggest, loudest, most attention-grabbi...

Sold out : a novel —Carlson, Melody.

Conflicts arise when fifteen-year-old Chloe Miller and her fellow band members are discovered by a talent scout from Nashville and are invited to record and tour.

Kuu Kuu Harajuku. Super kawaii

Join Love, Angel, Music, Baby and G (five totally talented members of the super cool band HJ5) as they return with 12 more hard-rocking tales! With help from their lovably incompetent manager Rudie, HJ5 travels all over ...

Kuu Kuu Harajuku. Music baby!

Love, Angel, Music, Baby and their inspirational leader G love to sing, dance and sport the latest kawali fashions. With help from their loveably incompetent manager Rudie, HJT travels all over to put on shows from their...

Kuu Kuu Harajuku. Girl power

From the mind of Gwen Stefani comes the world of Kuu Kuu Harajuku! Join HJ5, the super awesome band - consisting of Love, Angel, Music, Baby and G - and their lovable manager Rudie, as they travel the globe, meet new fri...

The happy hedgehog band —Waddell, Martin.

Happy hedgehogs with drums inspire the other animals in Dickon Wood to join them in making lively music.

The fabulous four skunks —Fair, David.

When four skunks who form a rock and roll band play at the teen center, they provide a clothespin for everyone who attends the performance.

Face the music : a novel —Carlson, Melody.

Seventeen-year-old Chloe Miller and her friends continue to tour as Redemption, a rising new Christian band, experiencing love, death, and marriage, but learning where to turn when things spin out of control.

The Petes go marching —Dean, James, 1957- author, illustrator.

In this version of the folk song, "The Ants Go Marching," as the Petes march along the "groovy" one gathers instruments for a musical performance.

The bear, the piano, the dog, and the fiddle —Litchfield, David, author, illustrator.

Hugo the dog becomes the star of an all-animal band after learning to play his best friend Hector's fiddle, and despite Hector's jealousy, remains grateful to the man who gave him his start.

The first rule of punk —Pérez, Celia C., 1972- author.

Twelve-year-old María Luisa O'Neill-Morales (who really prefers to be called Malú) reluctantly moves with her Mexican-American mother to Chicago and starts seventh grade with a bang -- violating the dress code with her...

Spells like teen spirit —Williams, Kate, 1980- author.

Esme suspects that the trouble brewing in Spring River has something to do with a new band that reeks of Red Magic.

One bear extraordinaire —McGowan, Jayme, author, illustrator.

Every morning Bear wakes up with a song in his head, but one day he realizes the song needs something more and sets out to find what is missing, gathering a band of animal musicians along the way.

Tremendous things : a novel —Nielsen-Fernlund, Susin, 1964- author.

Branded by a middle school humiliation, fourteen-year-old Wilbur needs help from friends Alex, Fabrizio, and elderly neighbor Sal to impress Charlie, a French girl whose school band is doing an exchange with his.

Dead is a killer tune —Perez, Marlene.

"Jessica and the other viragos must find who is responsible for the haunting music that is compelling Nightshade residents to commit crimes. Can they find out who is "behind the music" before it's too late?"-- Provided b...

Kill the boy band —Moldavsky, Goldy, author.

Four fan-girls of The Ruperts, sneak away to a hotel in Manhattan to see their favorite boy band, but when one of them literally drags Rupert Pierpont to their room and they tie him up, things get complicated--and when R...

Play this book —Young, Jessica (Jessica E.), author.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text invite the reader to try various instruments and join a band.

Rat and Roach rock on! —Covell, David.

Rat helps his best friend, Roach, overcome a case of stage fright when their junkyard band plays at the Big City Jam.

The goo disaster! —Reed, Melody, author.

Unless Maggie and her partner can do well on their science fair project, she will not be allowed to perform with the Major Eights at the banquet. Includes directions for making goo.

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