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Judy Plays the Tuba, Johnny Plays the Flute

Ed Huckeby

Judy and Johnny only wanted to play in the band. They never expected people to make fun of them because of the instruments they chose to play. Since when were only boys allowed to play the tuba, or only girls allowed to play the flute, anyway? But Judy and Johnny refuse to let the bullies make them mad, and they quickly learn that the most important thing about playing in the band is learning to love and appreciate the gift of music.

Judy and Johnny only wanted to play in the band. They never expected people to make fun of them because of the instruments they chose to play. Since when were only boys allowed to play the tuba, or only girls allowed to play the flute, anyway? But Judy and Johnny refuse to let the bullies make them mad, and they quickly learn that the most important thing about playing in the band is learning to love and appreciate the gift of music.
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Judy and Johnny only wanted to play in the band. They never expected people to make fun of them because of the instruments they chose to play. Since when were only boys allowed to play the tuba, or only girls allowed to play the flute, anyway? But Judy and Johnny refuse to let the bullies make them mad, and they quickly learn that the most important thing about playing in the band is learning to love and appreciate the gift of music.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Whitney Edwards

Length:

9m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

09:55