Dance with Me

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HarperCollinsPublishers, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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A joyous collection of poems celebrates many kinds of traditional and original dances, from the classic waltzes and tap dances to a dance with the wind and a gardener's dance with her hoe.

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Review: Dance with Me

User Review  - Kathryn Eder - Goodreads

This book about poetry is a beautifully written about objects that we can see and feel. Ocean waves and lightning are all illustrated in poems that capture how each one dances. The illustrations are marvelous as well. Read full review

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User Review  - Monique Clem - Goodreads

Dance with Me By Barbara Juster Esbensen Age: 5-12 This is a book of different poems. There are different character and settings in the book being that there are different poems. Very cute book. I would recommend this book to dancers or those inspired by dance. Read full review

About the author (1995)

Barbara Juster Esbensen was the author of many popular fictiBarbara Juster Esbensen was the author of many popular fiction and nonfiction picture books, including Baby Whales Drinkon and nonfiction picture books, including Baby Whales Drink Milk, another Lets-Read-and-Find-Out Science title.

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Holly Keller has illustrated numerous picture books, such as Noly Keller has illustrated numerous picture books, such as Nola Bucks Morning in the Meadow, and the Lets-Read-and-Find-Ola Bucks Morning in the Meadow, and the Lets-Read-and-Find-Out Science title Lets Go Rock Collecting by Roma Gans. She lut Science title Lets Go Rock Collecting by Roma Gans. She lives in West Redding, CT. ives in West Redding, CT.

Brenda Z. Guiberson thinks there is no reason a book can't have a cactus as the main character. "If four and five-year-old children are interested in natural science," she says, "why channel them in a different direction?" Anyone who reads "Cactus Hotel" is sure to agree.
Ms. Guiberson is the author of several books for children. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
Megan Lloyd read the manuscript for "Cactus Hotel" and went to the Saguaro National Monument in Arizona herself. "I like to "see" what I am going to illustrate rather than make it up," she says.
Ms. Lloyd is the illustrator of many picture books. She lives in Pennsylvania.

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