How to be a Perfect Ballerina by Dawn Apperley
  

Synopsis

How to be a Perfect Ballerina by Dawn Apperley

Princess Rosebud needs your help as she learns to be a perfect ballerina, and prepares to dance in the Butterfly Ballet. Lift the flaps and much more through the story, and find the special princess gift at the end.

About the Author

Dawn Apperley has written/illustrated many books for children over the last five years. Her commercial style has strong appeal for the core picture book age group. She is the creator of the super-successful Princess Rosebud titles, which have sold to 13 countries around the world. She is also a successful book and toy designer. She lives in London with her partner, and their young son.

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Format

Book
26 pages

Author

Dawn Apperley
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Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

6th August 2009

ISBN

9781408303894


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