MIss Tutu's Star by Leslea Newman
  

Synopsis

MIss Tutu's Star by Leslea Newman

Selena is a young girl who would rather twirl than walk, prance than dance. So one day her mother takes her to Miss Tutu's dance class, where Selena learns how to dance. At first, Selena has trouble performing some of the intricate moves, but she keeps practicing. After some time, the big day comes for Selena to make her stage debut. Will she let stage fright get in the way? Or will she dance and bow in front of the audience? As is typical of her work, Carey adds little stories in the art that are very funny.

About the Author

Leslea Newman is the author of fifty books for adults and children. She has received many literary awards, including poetry fellowships from the Massachusetts Artists Fellowship Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Carey Armstrong-Ellis has been hailed as a breakout talentA by Publishers Weekly. Visit her online at www.slugworks.com.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Leslea Newman
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Publication date

3rd August 2010

ISBN

9780810983960


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