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Step by step —Holabird, Katharine, author.

Angelina is excited to teach her little sister, Polly, how to dance ballet!

When Langston dances —Langley, Kaija, author.

Inspired by watching a performance of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company, a young black boy longs to dance and enrolls in ballet school.

Zombelina dances the Nutcracker —Crow, Kristyn, author.

Zombelina and Lizzie are dancing in The Nutcracker, but Grandpa Phantom has other plans for the opera house and the friends must save the show.

Tallulah's toe shoes —Singer, Marilyn.

Tallulah is frustrated because the grownups will not let her try dancing in toe shoes yet, so she sneaks a pair out of the wastebasket and tries on her own.

The turnout a novel —Abbott, Megan, 1971- author.
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Dara and Marie Durant have been dancers since they can remember. Now, they both teach in the family dance studio. When a suspicious accident occurs right before a big performance, the balance of sisterhood is threatened ...

The friendliest ballerina —Knapman, Timothy.

Bella, the star of her ballet class, has learned the hard way the importance of being helpful and friendly. Includes discussion questions for parents.

The turning —Whelan, Gloria.

In the months leading up to the August 1991 coup attempt that resulted in the collapse of communism in the Soviet Union, a young dancer with the Kirov Ballet struggles to decide whether to defect while on an upcoming tri...

The melting season —Conway, Celeste.

Giselle, the sheltered daughter of two famous ballet dancers, comes to terms with her relationships with both her late father and her mother, realizing some important truths that help her move forward both in her life an...

Tallulah's solo —Singer, Marilyn.

Tallulah strives for perfection during ballet class and dreams of dancing a solo in the upcoming recital, but her little brother Beckett, who misbehaves all during class, gets a better role than she does.

The midnight dance —Katz, Nikki, author.

In 1879, seventeen-year-old Penny yearns to escape the confines of Italy's mysterious and elite Grande Teatro and explore the flashes of memory that suggest she once lived a very different life.

Brave enough —Gardner, Kati, author.

The lives of Davis Channing, a cancer-surviving recovering addict, and Cason Martin, a ballerina undergoing chemotherapy, intersect in a powerful way at a time when both are struggling to survive life-threatening disease...

Firebird : ballerina Misty Copeland shows a young girl how to dance like the firebird —Copeland, Misty, author.

American Ballet Theater soloist Misty Copeland encourages a young ballet student, with brown skin like her own, by telling her that she, too, had to learn basic steps and how to be graceful when she was starting out, and...

Pilar's worries —Sanchez, Victoria M., author.

Pilar has social anxiety, but when tryouts for her favorite ballet are held she uses the coping techniques she has learned and her love of dance to persevere.

Tallulah's Nutcracker —Singer, Marilyn.

Tallulah is thrilled to play a mouse in a professional production of The Nutcracker and works very hard to be the most marvelous mouse of all, but opening night brings some surprises.

Dance academy the comeback

Tara Webster spent her entire life training to become a ballet dancer, possessing the rare seeds of greatness that would one day rank her among the best in the world. After a devastating injury sidelined her career, Tara...

Toeshoe trouble —Goldberg, Whoopi, 1955-

Brenda needs the help of her Sugar Plum Sisters after telling her cousin that she has a pair of autographed toeshoes of a famous ballerina and her cousin wants to see them.

Noelle of The nutcracker —Jane, Pamela.

At Christmas time a beautiful ballerina doll who longs to dance is discovered in a toy store and coveted by two little girls: Ilyana, who wants to love her, and Mary Jane, who doesn't want Ilyana to get her.

Peeping Beauty —Auch, Mary Jane.

Poulette the dancing hen falls into the clutches of a hungry fox, who exploits her desire to become a great ballerina.

The cranky ballerina —Gravel, Elise, author, illustrator.

"Saturdays make Ada cranky because that's the day of her ballet class, and she hates ballet"-- Provided by publisher.

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