A Treasury of Ballet Stories

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Caroline Plaisted
Kingfisher, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 156 pages
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A spirited collection of thirteen classic and modern tales of the ballet from both classic and contemporary authors evokes everything from the excitement of learning the first few steps to the "butterflies" of auditions and the thrill of opening nights. Original.

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I had high expectations for a collection of ballet stories, but, for the most part, I was disappointed story after story. There were quite a few stories about people who hated ballet and got out of it ... Read full review

Contents

Silver Shoes
7
Teddy Robinson Goes
29
A Tin of Sequins
43
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Caroline Plaisted worked in publishing for fourteen years before becoming a full-time writer. She has written for the BBC, Bloomsbury, and Kingfisher. She lives in Ashford near Kent with her two children, two dogs, and two cats.

Patrice Aggs was born in Michigan in 1952. Her many titles include The Sleepy Book, Soft and Noisy, Why Count Sheep and The Visitor, as well as the Kingfisher Treasury of Ballet Stories. Fiona Waters has compiled several anthologies include Golden Apples and Stories For Bedtime.

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