Belinda, the Ballerina

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Puffin Books, Feb 17, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Once there was a ballerina named Belinda. Belinda loved to dance, but she had two big problems: her left foot and her right foot. When people made fun of her, Belinda decided to give up dance forever. But what will she do without it? With her determination and spirit, she finds a way to continue doing what she loves best. Belinda takes center stage in this charming story in which the size of her feet is rivaled only by the size of her heart.

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Review: Belinda the Ballerina (Belinda the Ballerina)

User Review  - Mary-Kate Ganssle - Goodreads

Title: Belinda the Ballerina Author: Amy Young Date of Publication: 2002 Genre: Fiction Summary: Belinda was an amazing ballerina who was very graceful and talented. She was unlike many other dancers ... Read full review

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User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

I would say this book is geared more for older preschoolers and older- maybe even beginning reader to try and look at on their own. Themes of not giving up on your dreams, and not judging others ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Amy Young trained as a fine artist at Yale and received an MFA in painting from Indiana University as well as a law degree from Harvard. She lives in Spring Lake, Michigan.

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