Listening Resource Kit level 3 from MusicPlay/Denise Gagne.  Brand new with cd.  $20 includes shipping in the U.S.

The Foot Book.  Dr. Seuss.  Brand new.  Originally $9.  $6 includes shipping in the U.S.

American Popular Music.   Soft cover workbook format.  Originally $11.00.  $7 includes shipping in the U.S.

10 Bears in a Bed. Variation on the “Roll Over” counting song.  Hard cover.  Originally $16.00. $9 includes shipping in the U.S.

Show Time at the Polk Street School: Plays You Can Do Yourself.    Hard cover.  Originally  $14.00.  $7 includes shipping in the U.S.

 

Berlioz the Bear.  Hard cover.  Makes a complete lesson when read before showing the Reading Rainbow video.  Originally $15.00.  $9 includes shipping in the U.S.

 

Frosty the Snow Man.  Hard cover.  Originally $10.00.  $7 includes shipping in the U.S.

 

Any 2 below for $6, any 4  for $10.       _______________________________________________________________________________

 

there Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly Guy.  Hard Cover.

 

 

The Music Teacher from the Black Lagoon. Great for first week of school.  Sounds All Around.  The science of sound.  Over in the Meadow.  Move over Rover.


All are soft cover.

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Rhonda Vanderwest
    Jul 03, 2012 @ 20:19:14

    Hi Jane – I’d like Over in the Meadow, 12 Dogs, Listening Resource Kit, and

    Reply

  2. Robin Rexroad
    Jul 04, 2012 @ 12:39:24

    I would like The Music Teacher from the Black Lagoon, Sounds All Around, Berlioz the Bear. Thanks!

    Reply

  3. Jane
    Jul 04, 2012 @ 13:54:02

    Show time at Polk Street and the Old Lady book are spoken for.

    Reply

  4. Shannon
    Jul 18, 2012 @ 16:48:57

    Hi Jane,
    I am a recently graduated from college elementary music teacher and was wondering if you wouldn’t mind selling be a bundle of books? I realize a lot of the books are spoken for already but would love whatever you have left. What are your thoughts? Just send me an e-mail and we’ll chat!

    Shannon G

    Reply

  5. Jane
    Jul 18, 2012 @ 17:42:06

    Hi Shannon,
    I’ll work on a list of what’s left and email you. :0)

    Reply

  6. Theresa Ogan
    Jul 24, 2012 @ 13:57:12

    Jane ~
    I too, would love to purchase whatever is available. But, definitely understand if Shannon (the newly graduated Elem. Music Teacher, Congratulations!) might have “beat” me to them. However, if there is anything left, please let me know! And…

    What are your “top” suggestions the beginning of the school year, such as:

    1) How do you decide “when” and “what kind” of music program (theme, topic, musical, instrumental, vocal, or combination) each grade level will perform?

    2) Suggestions for how to schedule rehearsals. (The past few years, our school has been over-loaded which has dramatically affected the quality and what type of program we can do.)

    3) What Musicals have been your favorites and of course including your students, staff and family favorites?

    I could keep on inquiring, but want to respect your precious time and everyone else that reads your wonderful blog!!
    Thank You Again!!
    Theresa ~

    Reply

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