Lili on Stage

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Oct 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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"Lili will capture the dreams of countless balletomanes as she arrives at the theater to prepare for her debut as a party guest in The Nutcracker. "The atmosphere crackles and the book delivers as much enchantment as the ballet itself." -- "Kirkus Reviews" (pointer review) "Text and art concentrate on the accomplished young dancers' behind-the-scenes activities -- stretching, making up, dressing, rehearsing, and waiting to go on....This romantic offering will fire the imaginations of children looking forward to the Nutcracker experience." -- "School Library Journal"

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User Review  - MSittig - LibraryThing

Lili on Stage is a great book for practicing directions and rules. The dance teacher gives them directions to remember on and off stage. After weeks and weeks of rehearsal Lili is finally dancing in ... Read full review

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User Review  - jewolf - LibraryThing

This book is part of a series by Rachel Isadora. It shows the main character Lili and her exciting peformance in the classic ballet The Nutcracker. A neat glimspe into the backstange life of a performer. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Rachel Isadora was born and raised in New York City. Rachel studied at the School of American Ballet and was a dancer with the Boston Ballet until a foot injury. She went from being a ballet dancer to an author and illustrator. The first title she wrote and illustrated was Max. Since then she has written many others including Golden Bear, Ben's Trumpet, Nick Plays Baseball, Caribbean Dream, Mr. Moon and Not Just Tutus. Her works have earned her several awards including the Caldecott Honor Award and the Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Award. Her title Max, was named an ALA Notable Book.

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