Ballerina Girl

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Children's Press, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
My First Readers series is perfect for children who are learning to read.

Easy-to-read text, a short-story format, and full-color artwork on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and fluency.

In this book a little girl puts on different costumes and pretends she's a ballerina performing for an audience.

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User Review  - sroeck - LibraryThing

Easy book to read for beginners. It has easy words and rhymes. It is about little girl who is a ballerina and can do lots of moves and things. She also dresses up. The pictures are nice and show what she does on each page. Read full review

Ballerina Girl

User Review  - ballet04 -

Bought this for my 3 year old granddaughter and she loved it. Very easy to read and the pictures are adorable this will be a book she will soon be able to read by herself. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Anne Kennedy is a novelist, poet and film writer who has been appointed the Victoria University of Wellington and Creative New Zealand Writer in Residence for 2016. Since her 1988 novella 100 Traditional Smiles, Ms Kennedy, a Victoria University graduate, has been seen as one of New Zealand┐s most original and gifted writers. She has twice been awarded New Zealand┐s top prize for poetry and her most recent novel, The Last Days of the National Costume, was a finalist in the 2014 New Zealand Post Book Awards. She has also written screenplays for seminal New Zealand short films such as Jewel┐s Darl (from her own BNZ-Katherine Mansfield-award-winning story) and Danny and Raewyn and the features Crush and The Monkey┐s Mask.

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