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The Last Holiday Concert par Andrew Clements

The Last Holiday Concert (édition 2005)

par Andrew Clements (Auteur)

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Life is usually easy for popular fifth grader Hart Evans, but when his music teacher puts him in charge of the holiday concert, Hart must use all of his leadership skills to unite the other students.
Titre:The Last Holiday Concert
Auteurs:Andrew Clements (Auteur)
Info:Scholastic Inc.
Mots-clés:JUVENILE FICTION, Chapter Books, School, Music, Real Life Fiction

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The Last Holiday Concert par Andrew Clements


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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I'm so very sad to hear of Andrew Clements passing. He is such a wonderful author. This one is delightful. As my friend Jim Perry says, "It made my face wet." A touching story with very real characters learning and growing. I love that the adults learn and grow as well as the children. A wonderful Christmas story that works any time of year. A quick read but one you will not want to put down. ( )
  njcur | Dec 14, 2019 |
Goodness. ?I do love Clements' school stories. ?áThe kids, and the adults, face relatively minor challenges, make some relatively minor mistakes/ bad choices, but the end is triumphant, though not implausibly HEA.

Lisa Morton's dad had decided not to spend twelve thousand dollars on wiring and harnesses so his little girl [6th grade] could fly like an angel, but he and Lisa had come up with something almost as dramatic. ?áAnd on that last Saturday afternoon they were both hard at work in the old gym."" ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
Booktalk: Hart Evans is one of the most popular kids in the sixth grade. All the guys want to be his friend, all the girls think he's cute, and even his teachers give him some slack if he turns his homework in late. Everybody likes Hart. He's not stuck up about it, he's just a genuinely cool guy to be around. But then his chorus teacher Mr. Meinert blows up at the sixth graders and tells them they can produce the holiday concert on their own, it's their problem now. Hart ends up being elected the chorus director for the concert and now he's in charge. Since Hart is so popular and well-liked you would think organizing the concert and telling people what to do would be easy. But Hart finds out it's not. Even the kids who liked him so much before are turning against him. The pressure is definitely on to successfully put on THE LAST HOLIDAY CONCERT.
  Salsabrarian | Feb 2, 2016 |
This book is about a boy named Hart who everyone thinks is cool. Even the elementary schoolers think he's cool. He is in the sixth grade chorus class. His music teacher likes his job very much. When Hart and his class are practicing for the winter concert in December, he gets a rubber band from his pocket and shoots it a his teacher. It sticks on his sweater, and he doesn't notice. He then gets hit in the neck and sends Hart to the principal. When Hart gets set free, the teacher deciedes to put Hart in charge of the class, because Hart was acting like teaching was an easy job. He just told the class chorus be came a free period and that they could do whatever they wanted. The teacher then told Hart that he had to get the kids to sing, because the concert wasn't far away.

I liked this book. I thought the winter concert was funny. One of the kids dressed like Elvis, who was dressed as Santa. The audience laughed when they saw that. Two girls dressed up like dredels and spun around a lot. One of them couldn't continue because of an accident she made. There was also a "Jingle Bells" sing-along, where the whole audience got to sing "Jingle Bells" with the choir. One kid did his magic trick, which made his grandpa happy because he's the one who taught him the trick. Another girl recited her poem about peace, which was real nice. Everyone was really impressed with the show. ( )
  Andre.cbec6671 | Jan 5, 2012 |
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