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Making Music by Susan Bonners
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Making Music

by Susan Bonners

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0374347328, Hardcover)

Adjusting to the new neighborhood thanks to the sound of music

It's hard enough moving to a new place, and for Annie there are plenty of extra burdens. Her mother seems sad and worried all the time, having a baby brother makes getting settled in even harder, a box of her prized horse figurines has been lost, and to top it all off, the new house is far away from Annie's favorite uncle, who shared with her what she loves best of all: piano music. But it turns out that piano music can also be found in her new neighborhood. Each evening when Annie roller-skates, she hears beautiful melodies coming from a house down the street. It is the source of the music, the elderly Mrs. Bergstrom, that eventually provides Annie with hope that the new place may someday feel like home.

Young readers will easily identify with Annie in this charming early chapter book from the Christopher Award-winning author of The Silver Balloon.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:51 -0400)

When Annie, her mother, and baby brother move to a new home, they have a lot of work to do, but Annie finds joy at the house of a neighbor who plays piano.

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