The Marching Band Nerds Handbook: Rules from the 13th Chair Trombone Player

The Marching Band Nerds Handbook: Rules from the 13th Chair Trombone Player


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The perfect gift for band nerds past and present, The Marching Band Nerds Handbook deftly captures all the humor and inside jokes band nerds love. Hold on to your shirts and plumes!

This hilarious and inspiring guide to surviving life in the marching band is for anyone who has taken a step on the marching field or has just driven by a field on the highway. All the best (and funniest) secrets are revealed in this series of rules and illustrations that, if followed strictly, almost guarantees world domination (actual results may vary).

Band nerds of all ages are sure to agree with expert rules like:
  • Never give drummers metal sticks—they'll think they're ninjas (but most ninjas are actually clarinet players)
  • Band parents may be adults but that doesn't mean they don't still need supervision
  • Don't lock your knees while standing at attention
  • Marching band is an art, not a sport—but if it were a sport, the drummers would win
  • Share The Marching Band Nerds Handbook with all the band nerds in your life!

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    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9781728219769
    Publisher: Sourcebooks
    Publication date: 10/06/2020
    Series: Band Nerds Series
    Pages: 128
    Sales rank: 748,085
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)
    Lexile: HL560L (what's this?)
    Age Range: 12 - 18 Years

    About the Author

    DJ Corchin is an award-winning children's book author and illustrator. He uses his unique humor and wit to focus on socially conscious messages involving kindness, communication, and emotional awareness. He currently lives and works in Chicago, IL.

    Dan Dougherty is the writer and illustrator behind several comics and children's books. When he isn't making comics, Dan teaches how to make them at the International School of Comics in Chicago.

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