Making the world a better place totally rocks! Meet Zebrafish, a garage band with a lofty goal. Zebrafish is not exactly your typical garage band--especially because only one member can play an instrument! But that doesn't mean that Vita, Tanya, Walt, Plinko, and Jay aren't dreaming big-- at least stumbling towards a modest success.
With a little creativity and out-the-box thinking (and some high-level computer tinkering) this garage band is going virtual, and they're learning that schoolyard fame is a great way to bring in awareness (and donations) for an important cause. This boldly illustrated graphic novel shows the importance of standing up for what you believe in...and having fun while doing it!
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"Vita is having a hard time making friends and meeting people at her new school until the day she holds auditions for her rock band Zebrafish. While she has big hopes and dreams for the group, she's disappointed with the kids' musical talents. However, she finds skills and abilities in these new bandmates, and they all work together to create a music video. As the band plans and strategizes, Vita can't help but be disappointed that one member continually misses meetings. Then she learns that Tanya has leukemia, and Zebrafish holds a fundraising concert to help the hospital get the medical equipment it needs . . . This book will speak to children about fighting for a cure/treatment for cancer and shows the value of involvement in this important issue." -- School Library Journal