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The Amazing Incredible Shrinking Drums

Story by Thornton Cline Illustrations by Susan Oliver
Matt receives a nice drum set from his parents and starts lessons with Mr. Thompson. He discovers he is talented, and brags to his friends on how good he is on drums Ė so much that no one wants to be around him. One day, Matt visits a music store and watches a strange-looking man, dressed like a rock star, playing the drums. The man warns Matt that if he continues to brag, his drums will shrink until he wonít be able to play any more. Matt discovers that it doesnít pay to brag and learns how to keep his drums from shrinking. A songbook of 10 fun and catchy original tunes is included. Recommended for 4-8.
00231633 $9.99
 
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The Amazing Incredible Shrinking Piano

by Thornton Cline/illust. Susan Oliver
Lily is given a piano from her grandmother for her birthday. Lily continues to slam her hands against the keys with anger when she makes mistakes. One night she is visited by her grandmother in a dream who warms Lily not to hit her piano anymore or it will shrink. Lily discovers the secret of how to keep her piano from shrinking. This heartwarming story teaches the respect of the piano. Lily learns how to play beautiful music on her piano without hitting her piano keys. The whimsical illustrations by acclaimed illustrator Susan Oliver add to the charm and merriment of the story. The book includes a CD of 10 easy original songs for piano or voice (with lyrics sung by a childrenís choir) and narrations of the story. (Recommended for ages 4-8)
00149098Book/CD Pack $19.99
 
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The Amazing Incredible Shrinking Saxophone

by Thornton Cline/illust. Susan Oliver
Dylan joins the band at school to play saxophone. But all Dylan wants to do is play jazz. His teachers demand he play the easy songs first. Dylan listens to a virtuoso saxophone player performing on the street and wishes to play like him. The man warns Dylan that if he doesn't cooperate with his teachers and play the songs they ask him to play, his saxophone will shrink until it vanishes. One day, his saxophone shrinks to such a tiny size that Dylan can't play. Dylan discovers the secret to making his saxophone grow back to its full size and is rewarded by being able to play his favorite music - jazz! (Recommended for ages 4-8)
00266141 $9.99
 
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The Amazing Incredible Shrinking Trumpet

by Thornton Cline/illust. Susan Oliver
Kylie is a quiet girl who signs up for trumpet in band. Her friends and band teacher tell her she is talented. But Kylie doesn't believe in herself. One night, while watching TV, her eyes catch an amazing woman trumpet player. Suddenly, the woman steps out of her TV screen and into her room. The woman tells Kylie not to be afraid of what others think, and to believe in herself. She warns Kylie that if she keeps playing softly and not believing in herself, her trumpet will shrink and vanish. Kylie discovers that if she starts player louder and believes in herself she can keep her trumpet from shrinking. (Recommended for ages 4-8)
00249893 $9.99
 
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The Amazing Incredible Shrinking Ukulele

by Thornton Cline, Illustrations by Susan Oliver
Trevor receives a nice ukulele from his mom and dad. They sign him up for lessons with Mr. Parker. Trevor thinks he is too cool to play the ukulele. He would rather be playing the electric guitar. Mr. Parker tries his best to motivate Trevor but Trevorís heart isnít into it. One night when Trevor is asleep, he is visited by a strange-looking man dressed like a rock star. He warns Trevor that if he quits his ukulele and continues showing his poor attitude that not only will his ukulele shrink but he will never have a chance at playing electric guitar. Trevor discovers the secret of how to keep his ukulele from shrinking and how to get to play the electric guitar. (Recommended for ages 4-8).
00194560 $9.99
 
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