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The Ballet Handbook
Part of the Wiro Handbooks Series
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The Ballet Handbook byA continuation of our successful wiro handbook series. Ballet is a proven popular subject which draws in girls and boys from around the world. This handy format allows children to carry the book with them and brush up on their beginner's ballet skills as they go! Find out how to perform the perfect pirhouette, discover which shoes will help you balance the best and learn all about famous ballerinas through history in this adorable guide to pointing your toes!
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TickTock Books an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group
3rd September 1950
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