Dance Class Graphic Novels Romeo and Juliets by Beka
  

Dance Class Graphic Novels Romeo and Juliets

Written by Beka
Illustrated by Crip, Maela Cosson

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Synopsis

Dance Class Graphic Novels Romeo and Juliets by Beka

The adventures of best friends Julie, Luce, and Alia continue in the second Dance Class graphic novel. School is in session again and this time the girls are working on a ballet of Romeo and Juliet. When new student Tim is cast in the role of Romeo, the three girls find themselves competing for his affections. Can they get this production on its feet without ruining their friendship?

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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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: 6 to 11

Author

Beka
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Publisher

Papercutz

Publication date

7th August 2012

ISBN

9781597073172


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