A song for Ba /
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Copy number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|W. Ross Macdonald School Library Children's Area||Fiction||E YEE (Browse shelf (Opens below))||Copy: 1||Available||2012-4510|
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|E WYN Zoom at sea||E YAM What do you do with an idea? /||E YAN Hannah is my name /||E YEE A song for Ba /||E YEE My day with Gong Gong /||E YOL Owl moon||E YOL How do dinosaurs go to school? /|
Wei Lim's father, Ba, is a singer in the Chinese opera and usually plays the general singing in a deep bass voice. As shrinking audiences put the opera company in financial danger, Ba finds himself forced to take on female parts. He has trouble accepting that he can no longer play a great man and even more difficulty learning to sing in the high voice required. Finally, Wei comes to the rescue.
Grades 2-4 and old readers.
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