Dance-loving fox Lucy anticipates a fun-filled visit with grandma in spite of her mother's warning that grandmas do not dance, a declaration that leads to enjoying other games and Lucy's growing wish that grandma and she might still dance together. 25,000 first printing.
Walking with her mother to the park, an exuberant little girl hears music in the sounds all around her that inspires her to sniff, snap and shake before bursting into an impromptu dance that is joined by other children. Illustrated by the Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe New Talent Award-winning artist of Jazzy Miz Mozetta.
A lively collection of rhythmic poems by the award-winning author of Mirror Mirror explores various types of social dance, from samba and salsa to tango and hip-hop, in a volume complemented by a CD recording by the author. Simultaneous eBook.
At dance camp Tallulah, a girl who loves the grace and elegance of ballet and can pirouette perfectly, struggles to learn tap, plus there's a girl her same age who's maddeningly good at tap dancing but not very good at ballet—could it be that she and Tallulah have something in common? 50,000 first printing.
In this new 8x8 storybook based on the Emmy Award-winning PBS television show, George and Marco get to dance in the dragon costume with their new friend Lily in the Chinese New Year parade. Simultaneous.
Piggie tries to teach Gerald the elephant some new dance moves, but Piggie learns something even more important in the process. By the creator of the Theodor Seuss Geisel Medal book, There's a Bird on Your Head!
A rerelease of 1979 classic follows the endeavors of a little boy who is bullied as a result of his love for the arts before a remarkable performance on stage gives him the chance to pursue his dreams. By the Newbery Honor- and Caldecott Honor-winning creator of Strega Nona. Simultaneous eBook.
Second-grade best friends Ivy and Bean beg for ballet lessons, then, when they are cast as squids in their first recital, scheme to find a way out of what seems to be boring, hard, and potentially embarrassing.
When she qualifies for the state championships, Louie Lin agrees to learn the Korean tea ceremony from her grandmother so that her parents will allow her to work with a choreographer to improve her routine for the rhythmic gymnastics and dance competition
Wanting to take dance lessons but unable to choose what kind of dancing she wants to learn, Amelia Bedelia haphazardly experiments with ballet, modern dance and tap alongside her supportive friends. Simultaneous and eBook. 15,000 first printing.
An illustrated introduction to ballet combines lavish photographs from The Royal Ballet's collections with fact-filled entries about ballet history, basic steps, costumes, and the careers and iconic performances of famous dancers.
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