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I Heart Band #AtoZ Challenge



Hey there all you alphabet lovers! Today is dedicated to the letter I. The book I’d like to share with you is I <3 Band. That sideways stuff is supposed to be a heart, y’all! Anyway, there is a series for all of us former and forever band geeks!



FINALLY a series for us! Here’s what the series is about:

Holly Mead’s first day of seventh grade isn’t going as planned. Her brother ruins her carefully chosen outfit, she’s almost late, and her new band director has some surprisingly strict rules. Worst of all, it seems like her best friend, Julia, has replaced her with Natasha, the pretty, smart, new French horn player! Holly is determined to get first chair, but Natasha is turning out to be some pretty stiff competition—and not just in band. Band might be a competition, but friendship isn’t—and Holly needs to figure it out before she loses Julia for good.

Sounds just like middle school, doesn’t it?  So, if you have a little bandie at home, get this series for them, surely there is something they can relate to!

I bet you’re wondering if I’m going to share a pic of me as a former band geek, aren’t you?


I’m not.

Just kidding.

Here I am

Pam Band Geek

circa 1980 something. After a parade.  Can you tell I’m saying “Hurry up and take the picture already!”?

Confession time: where you a bandie? What did you play?

9 replies on “I Heart Band #AtoZ Challenge”

Here from A-Z, cute cute band uniform picture, made me think of my brother who a bandie in junior and senior high. He played percussion. My DD was in all the vocal groups, band and orchestra…….me not so much, though I like to sing, most prefer I don’t, lol.

I must confess, I was a “band-y” and I have to say, that other than the hat, your band uniform was remarkably like mine. I’m sure black and gold is a very common color combination, and so you probably did not attend Montour High School outside of Pittsburgh.
Visiting from the A to Z, thanks for the memories.

Your uniform is so outstanding.
I played a soprano accordion in the school music club when I was in the 6th grade.

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