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Books with title DANCING THE BREEZE

  • DANCING THE BREEZE

    Shannon

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, March 1, 1991)
    Lyrically describes Papa, young daughter, and the evening breeze as they dance among the flowers in the front yard while the moon rises.
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  • The Dancing Bear

    Michael Morpurgo

    eBook (HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, )
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  • The Dancing Tree

    Lisa Thompson, Reading Eggs, Nahum Ziersch

    language (Blake eLearning, Nov. 26, 2018)
    Sprig has one night to choose her forever spot in the Fairy Forest. There she’ll grow big, strong and magical. Where will her forever spot be?Welcome to the magical world of Fairy Forest, full of fairies, elves, pixies, unicorns and glow guards! Young readers love these whimsical ‘fairy tales’ about courage, perseverance, trust and friendship.This book's Lexile measure is 590L. Search for other books in the Fairy Forest series!Perfect for ages 6–9Short chapters and age-appropriate length (1300-1700 words)Gorgeous illustrationsFairy Forest is published by Reading Eggs, the educators with more than 30 years' experience publishing quality literacy resources for children all over the world.
  • Dancing the Breeze

    George Shannon

    Hardcover (Random House Value Publishing, Oct. 10, 1994)
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  • The Dancing Bear

    Peter Dickinson

    Paperback (Yearling, Jan. 1, 1988)
    Following a raid by the Huns, the slave Silvester, his dancing bear, Bubba, and Holy John attempt to find Lady Ariadne
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  • The Dancing Bear

    Peter Dickinson, David Smee

    Hardcover (Little Brown & Co, March 1, 1973)
    Following a raid by the Huns, the slave Silvester, his dancing bear, Bubba, and Holy John attempt to find Lady Ariadne
  • THE DANCING BEAR

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    Paperback (HARPER COLLINS PUBLISHERS, Aug. 16, 2003)
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  • The Dancing Tree

    Sandra Skelton

    eBook
    Sandra Skelton is a 67-year-old mother of four, with eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. Sandra was born and raised in the country town of Ballymena in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. She began writing short children's stories for her first grand-daughter Lauren, who is now 25 years old and has a beautiful daughter of her own. Like any grandmother, Sandra loves spending time with the grandchildren and over the years she has enjoyed using her own childish imagination to write stories they all love to hear. After years of thinking about it, she has now decided to put some of those stories into her new book "The Dancing Tree" which contains great stories from her imagination bringing exciting tales of adventure and fun!
  • The Dancing Bear

    Peter Dickinson

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Aug. 16, 1974)
    Following a raid by the Huns, the slave Silvester, his dancing bear, Bubba, and Holy John attempt to find Lady Ariadne
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  • The Dancing Bear

    Daydee Baba-Agassi, Yumiko Lewis, Vicki Gaskell

    Paperback (Independently published, Jan. 5, 2019)
    The Dancing Bear story is captivating and full of fun. The family finally reaches their summer holiday destination, and Daydee falls in love with their fairy-tale log hut high up among lofty peaks and deep valleys. She particularly enjoys little trips to a nearby spring to collect fresh water but her deepest longing is to see one of the famed mountain bears that freely roam those parts. The highlight of the story is her first acquaintance, face to face, with a wild bear.
  • The Dancing Bear

    Michael Morpurgo, Christian Birmingham

    Hardcover (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, April 1, 1996)
    In this timeless story about the loss of innocence, Roxanne adopts a bear cub, and the two become inseparable, until a rock star comes to the small mountain village to film a video and Roxanne leaves her friend behind forever.
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  • The dancing bear

    Peter Dickinson

    Hardcover (V. Gollancz, Aug. 16, 1972)
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