Friday, January 1, 2010

Books with a Music Term in the Title


Here's the place to link up your reviews of books with a music term in the title.

If you don't have a blog or don't write reviews, please mark your progress in the comments.

11 comments:

Sue F. said...

The Piano Teacher

Irene said...

I've thoroughly enjoyed this challenge, I've completed #6 and you can Read my post here.

Ellie said...

For music I read Junie B. Jones, First Grader, One Man Band.

Connolly-Ahern said...

I forgot to put my book name in my post. I read Brad Kessler's Goat Song. You can follow the link above to my full post!

Literate Housewife said...

My post will be published at 6am tomorrow morning, but I didn't want to forget about linking here. One book down, 5 more to go.

Lisa said...

Oops--I put the link (#40) in the wrong place.

Lisa said...

Oh, 40 is wrong but 41 is right!

Rhonda L. said...

Music title--In April, 2010, over spring break, I read Song of Erin by B. J. Hoff. It's VERY long as it is a compilation of two stories under one title BUT I could hardly put it down. I love historical fiction; this author really captures the plight of Ireland, the lure of America, and immigration in the 1800's. It was a fascinating, riveting read as the character's lives intertwine and deal with their "baggage". It is also a great Christian fiction novel:)

Kristi said...

I really enjoyed reading Plainsong. I wouldn't have discovered it without this challenge, so thanks!

anzlitlovers said...

My progress so far has been slow, I've been distracted by other things so now I'm trying to catch up before the challenge ends.

jan godown annino said...

I've waited to the very end of the year to post these picture book titles. For music the book is
SHE SANG PROMISE. It's a picture book biography I wrote, illustrated by Lisa Desimini. We had a great time resdearching & writing this story of a woman who I've known for more than 20 years. I hope you like it & find it at your library.