This is a fun little story about a girl and her developing interest in dance. She attempts many forms of dance including the jig, line dancing, ballet, and tap dancing.
My daughter really enjoyed this book. It is about a girl who receives "the finest, reddest, shiniest shoes that anyone had ever seen."
Based on the true story of the author's life, this book is about a girl who made ballet history. After lots of hard work, Charlotte's dream came true - she got a part in The Nutcracker.
Maya is a young girl who loves to dance. Whenever there is music, you are sure to see Maya moving.
How Do You Wokka-Wokka? Written by Elizabeth Bluemle Illustrated by Randy Cecil This is a fun, rhyming story about a boy who likes to dance. He gathers his friends for a party on the “blocka” as they all “wokka-wokka, shimmy-shake, and shocka-shocka.” Read more >> Buy the Book: How Do You Wokka-Wokka? Originally posted on …
A young girl senses the rhythm in the world around her. From butterflies and street performers to ice cream sellers.
I liked this book because I could identify with it. I am tall and for the longest time I disliked my height...until I discovered basketball. I am tall and for the longest time I disliked my height...until I discovered basketball.
A son and daughter wake to the sounds of their mother and father dancing to the tunes of clanging dishes. After noticing the kids peeking in on them, the mother and father sweep the children off their feet and the entire family finishes cleaning up the kitchen by doing the kitchen dance!