Shoot for the Moon, Robyn

Shoot for the Moon, Robyn

Book - 1997
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Robyn is the world's greatest singer. Well, not yet maybe, but one day she intends to be. She takes piano lessons and practices her scales, pays attention in music class and watches what the divas are wearing on TV.

The only problem is that Robyn hasn't sung very much. And that she doesn't know the words to many songs. So when she arranges to perform in front of the whole class, she gets in a little over her head. To make matters worse she can't practice at her apartment, and she has real trouble finding a song to sing. At the last moment, however, she finds inspiration from a most unlikely source--the 5-month old Kelly twins next door.

Shoot for the Moon, Robyn is the story of a girl whose intrepid search to find her true talent leads to unexpected places.
Publisher: Halifax, N.S. : Formac, 1997.
ISBN: 9780887803888
Branch Call Number: J HUT
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Cathcart, Yvonne - Illustrator


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