Ballroom Dancing

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Heinemann-Raintree Library, Jul 1, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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"Who can be a ballroom dancer? How did the foxtrot get its name? Is ballroom dancing an art or a sport? The varied titles in the Culture in Action series build up into a comprehensive library, covering a range of arts topics. Each book contains activities with easy-to-follow instructions, designed to reinforce literacy skills and arts knowledge. With Culture in Action the arts are brought to life!"
 

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Contents

Contents
4
Dances of the Past
10
Latin Dances
16
Dancing to Win
22
Timeline
28
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About the author (2009)

Deborah Underwood grew up in Walla Walla, Washington. Her father was a math professor and her mother taught English. After colege, she became a street musician, then she worked in an office typing memos for accountants. During her breaks she would write screenplays. She finally decided to write for kids. Deborah also started writing nonfiction at the suggestion of her publisher. Her children's titles include: The Quiet Book, The Christmas Quiet Book, A Balloon for Isabel, Sugar Plum Ballerinas, and The Loud Book. Her nonfiction titles include: Mexco or Bust, Animal Secrets, 101 Ways to Save the Planet and Ballroom Dancing. In 2014 her title, Here Comes The Easter Cat, made The New York Times Best Seller List.

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