The Dance Teacher by Simon Milne, Chantal Stewart
  

Synopsis

The Dance Teacher by Simon Milne, Chantal Stewart

One day a little girl peers around the door of Miss Sylvie's dance studio. 'I want to be a ballerina,' she says. Isabelle loves to dance. She practises her five positions over and over again. But does she have what it takes to achieve her dream, and one day become a prima ballerina? Celebrating the joy of dance and the role inspirational teachers can play in our lives, The Dance Teacher will enchant readers young and old.

About the Author

SIMON MILNE began his career in music videos, directing clips for a number of artists including Spandau Ballet, Elton John and Duran Duran. He has art-directed a number of web and print projects, most recently Don't Leave Childhood Without for the Children's Specialist Booksellers. He currently works in the book industry. This is his first picture book. CHANTAL STEWART was born in Paris, where she studied at the School of Applied Arts and commenced her career as a graphic designer and illustrator in the advertising and publishing world. After moving to Melbourne she realised her dream of illustrating children's books. Her many books include collaborations with author Joan van Loon, such as Smelly Chantelly (shortlisted for three consecutive years in the YABBA award), Teaching the Teacher and - with recipes by Gabriel Gate - Anyone Can Cook and The Chocolate Lovers.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Simon Milne, Chantal Stewart
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin Children's Books an imprint of Allen & Unwin

Publication date

20th August 2013

ISBN

9781743313312


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