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Booklist: Sing Sing Sing

Why simply walk and talk when you can dance and sing?

As I have mentioned in previous posts, I am a performer. Music is a very important part of my life. I sing to music. I dance to music. If I am not singing or listening to music, I am singing or composing in my head.

Here now is a variety of stories about singers, some bold, some shy. There's a character who only sings in her school choir, another who wants to be a professional opera singer, and many others who come alive on stage.

For ages 8 and up
Ella of All-of-a-Kind Family by Sidney Taylor
Lucky Stars by Lucy Frank
In the Cards by Mariah Fredericks
- Love
- Fame
- Life
The Maggie Valley Trilogy by Kerry Madden
- Gentle's Holler
- Louisiana's Song
- Jessie's Mountain

For ages 13 and up
Diva by Alex Flinn
Pop Princess by Rachel Cohn
Grace's Turn by Christy Carlson Romano
The Good Girl by Kerry Cohen Hoffmann
Heart on My Sleeve by Ellen Wittlinger
Plastic Angel* by Nerissa Nields

For ages 15 and up
Adios to My Old Life by Caridad Ferrer
Tips on Having a Gay (Ex) Boyfriend by Carrie Jones
- Sequel: Love (and Other Uses for Duct Tape) by Carrie Jones

For adults
Love Will Tear Us Apart by Tara McCarthy

* I often wish these books came with CDs so I could hear the characters sing. Plastic Angel has a CD with the title track.

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