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A book which captures the passions and obsessions in the lives of hopeful young dancers. Rose and Nicola Bruce are two talented but very different sisters who have to overcome the problems of jealousy and uncertainty before thay can begin to realise their ambitions, while Jamie Carr faces the problem of unexpectedly getting involved in the world of ballet and having to face his friends at school. In Star Turn, Karen Anders and Jessamy Hart face true tests of their determination and dedication. Three star-struck tales written with warmth and understanding and bound into one inspiring volume. A treat for all true ballet lovers.
|Publication date:||6th August 1998|
|Publisher:||Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
JEAN URE had her first novel, Dance for Two, published while she was still at school and has been writing ever since. She studied at drama school, where she met her husband, and is now a full-time author of books for both young readers and adults with more than fifty titles to her name including Plague 99, which won the l990 Lancashire Book Award, and a series of novels for the Corgi Freeway list, including A Place to Scream. She has also established herself as a perceptive and witty writer for much younger readers with such titles as Help! It's Harriet! (...More About Jean Ure