Ballet Academy 2: A Question of Character by Beatrice Masini

Ballet Academy 2: A Question of Character

Written by Beatrice Masini
Part of the Ballet Academy Series

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This is a terrific new series of books that any aspiring dancer aged 7+ will love to read. Readers can share the life and dreams of 11 year old Zoe and her dancer friends at Ballet Academy as they work hard at their technique. The series will also provide a behind-the-scenes look at life in a ballet school. In A Question of Character, Zoe’s so pleased to be back at ballet school and her character dance is already taking shape and she’s also enjoying making new friends and catching up with old ones. To view all the titles to date in the series click here.


Ballet Academy 2: A Question of Character by Beatrice Masini

Zoe's happy to be back at the Academy after the Christmas holidays, and keen to start work on the new character dance lessons they will be having – lessons full of fast steps and excitement.

Outside of school, life is just as interesting: Zoe's friendship with Leda seems to be turning frosty and she doesn't know why, but Roberto seems to behaving more friendly than ever! Life is a roller-coaster at Ballet Academy!

About the Author

Beatrice Masini

Beatrice Masini was born in Milan, Italy, where she lives and works. A journalist, editor and translator, she has won prizes for her children’s books.

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128 pages
Interest Age: 8 - 12


Beatrice Masini
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Piccadilly Press Ltd

Publication date

27th March 2009




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