Josephine Wants to Dance

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HarperCollins Children's, 2008 - Australian fiction - 32 pages
10 Reviews
Josephine loves to dance. She adores nothing more than bouncing with the brolgas, leaping with the lyrebirds and swaying with the branches in the trees. However, Josephine is no ordinary dancer - she's a kangaroo!

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Review: Josephine Wants to Dance

User Review  - Nola - Goodreads

An enchanting book with a great message and lovely illustrations. Josephine the kangaroo loves to dance even though her spoil-sport brother keeps telling her that she should be jumping instead ... Read full review

Review: Josephine Wants to Dance

User Review  - Amy Musser - Goodreads

Josephine is a kangaroo who loves to dance. All the animals have taught her different ways to dance. The emus taught her to point her toes and she soars with the eagles to the music of the wind. Even ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Jackie French has written more than 100 books for children and adults, many of them award winners, including her 2003 ALA Notable Book Diary of a Wombat. French loves wombats. In fact, she's had 39 of them! She says that one of the reasons she writes so many books is to pay the carrot bill for the furry creatures. French is a terrible speller (she's dyslexic), but a terrific writer. She lives in Australia with her husband, children, and assorted marsupials.

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