Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Festivals: Neighbours, The Band Box B by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona MacGregor, Melany Porter
  

Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Festivals: Neighbours, The Band Box B

Written by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona MacGregor, Melany Porter
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Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Festivals: Neighbours, The Band Box B by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona MacGregor, Melany Porter

Layla sees a poster advertising a music festival. She decides to start a band and asks the other children to join her. The first problem the children have is that they don't have any instruments. Nuha stops reading for a change to help them. She finds a whole lot of scrap and hands it out. The children are confused until she shows them how to make music with the scrap. Then the children have to deal with the fact that they are making a noise and no one will let them practise at their house. In the end, Kevin allows them to practise at his workshop, because it is noisy anyway. They don't win the competition, but they have great fun making a huge noise.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona MacGregor, Melany Porter
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

26th February 2009

ISBN

9780521757263


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