Blues across the Bay

Blues across the Bay

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by Whitney Stewart
     
 

Guitarist Eric Wieman has a lot to look forward to. He's won a trip to a famous music camp in San Francisco, jamming with the best guitarists in the country. Nothing could make this summer less than the best yet. He's not thinking about second chances, only how this first chance will bring him everything he's ever wanted as a musician. But Eric finds that a second

Overview

Guitarist Eric Wieman has a lot to look forward to. He's won a trip to a famous music camp in San Francisco, jamming with the best guitarists in the country. Nothing could make this summer less than the best yet. He's not thinking about second chances, only how this first chance will bring him everything he's ever wanted as a musician. But Eric finds that a second chance for someone else may be more important to him than his own dreams. And he will have to call on reserves of courage he doesn't know he has to help them. Will he be up to the challenge?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781893577084
Publisher:
Four Corners Publishing
Publication date:
10/22/2002
Series:
Going to Series
Pages:
151
Product dimensions:
5.31(w) x 7.66(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
9 - 13 Years

Meet the Author

Whitney Stewart writes fiction and nonfiction for young people. She has traveled to Burma, China, Nepal, and Tibet for her research, and has interviewed the Dalai Lama and Sir Edmund Hillary.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Eric Wieman, the hero of Jammin on the Avenue, is uneasy as he travels to claim his prize week in a music camp in San Francisco. He¿s looking forward to learning and jamming with some of the best guitarists in the country and to renewing his friendship with Lashley Moran whom he met when they both won the Quickfinger Guitar contest in New Orleans. But things don¿t work out the way he hopes they will, and through a strange twist of fate, Eric finds himself calling on reserves of courage he never knew he had as he visits some of the most fascinating places in this complex and beautiful city. Whitney Stewart has written fiction and non-fiction for young adults. She has traveled to Burma, China, Nepal and Tibet for her research and has interviewed the Dalai Lama and Sir Edmund Hillary. Her books include: Jammin on the Avenue: Going to New Orleans (Four Corners), To the Lion Throne: The Story of the fourteenth Dalai Lama (Snow Lion) and Sir Edmund Hillary: To Everest and Beyond (Lerner). She lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.