Dance Class 1 So You Think You Can Hip-hop? by Beka


Dance Class 1 So You Think You Can Hip-hop? by Beka

Julie, Lucy, and Alia are all BFF's who share one passion: dance! The three take classes at a local dance studio where they alternate between programs in ballet, modern dance, and more. When an attractive new teacher named KT arrives with his new hip-hop class, all three girls find themselves vying for his attention. As the studio prepares for its upcoming ballet Sleeping Beauty, the three will do whatever it takes to get KT to play Prince Charming. Any girl with a love for dance will find this fun-filled series irresistable!

About the Author

Beka is the pseudonym for the writing team of Bertrand Escaich and Caroline Rogue. Before creating Dance Studio, the duo wrote stories for the children's comic series Footmaniacs, Managers, and Formidable and created the hit series The Rugbymen.

Crip is an artist with a background in applied arts. He has drawn several stories for the educational comic series All About... and designs posters and logos for arts and music festivals.

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48 pages


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Publication date

1st February 2012



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