Christine Kohler

Children's Book Author, Editor, Writing Instructor

Music Performance: Vocals & Band

Glee Club Series -- how to start a music group in school

Glee Club Series Music Performance: Vocals & Band Rosen Publishing Hardback and paperback Aug. 1, 2012
Series Review: Glee Club
"Kids ... will find an abundance of extremely practical, step-by-step advice about starting and running a singing group in this set. The tone is enthusiastic and humorous even in discussions of the sometimes-frustrating processes involved with finding funding, equipment, and practice space. Sidebar information about famous show choir alumnae and statistics regarding the positive effects of music participation will help kids make the case for glee clubs to skeptical adults. Readers are encouraged to be resourceful in finding low-cost alternatives to expensive costumes, sets, and music, starting with the ideas in these pages. Best of all, the creativity and energy of readers are respected and encouraged."
—School Library Journal

Selected Works

E-Book, Non-fiction, writers
e-book on Kindle for those interested in writing biblical-based stories, articles, poems.
Nonfiction
This series covers everything you need to know to organize a glee or show choir.
"...Internet sites that are kept up to date and used as a resource for students writing research projects. The Report Links provide such useful sources as documents, photographs, and illustrations...." –Library Media Connection, October 2006
Refugees: Hear their voices. Read about children who lived through wars, and sought to find safe homes. They moved to a new country for a better life.
NOVEL
A young man. An old soldier. A terrible injustice. But should the punishment be death?
Anthologies, Collections
"Chiune Sugihara: Righteous Among the Nations", Leaflets of Our Resistance, Volume 2
Activities for outdoor play, sand and water play.
Activities for teachers to help children ages 3-6 learn about the world around them.
100 activities for teachers of children 3-5
Fiction, ages 5-9
When Jennifer and Scotty Harper encounter problems in life, they come up with solutions to overcome difficulties, and learn to trust Jesus in the process.

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