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Age 8-12
Grade 3-7

Noel Streatfeild

Dancing Shoes

Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers Nov. 5, 2019)
A beautiful gift edition of the beloved classic about two orphan sisters and their newfound love of theater and dance.

After losing their mother, Rachel and her adopted sister, Hilary, move in with their aunt, Cora Wintle. Cora runs a dancing school in London, and she thinks Hilary would be perfect for her dance troupe, Wintle's Little Wonders! The only problem is that Hilary might be as good as Cora's own precious daughter, Dulcie. Still, Cora is determined to make sulky Rachel and sprightly Hilary members of the troupe.

But Rachel doesn't want to be a Little Wonder! She can't dance, and she feels silly in the ruffly costume. Nothing seems to be going as planned . . . until Rachel discovers her talent for acting.

This classic children's book is perfect for kids who dream of being onstage--dancing, singing, or acting. Don't miss the other classic Noel Streatfeild books Ballet Shoes, Skating Shoes, and Dancing Shoes!
Series
The Shoe Books
ISBN
198485206X / 9781984852069
Pages
256
Weight
10.6 oz.
Dimensions
5.4 x 0.9 in.

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