Dancing Princess

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Edc Pub, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 102 pages
Poppy is one of the youngest in Miss Coralie's class, and she is always worrying that she's not as good as the rest. So when two visitors arrive to search for a dancing princess to star in a show, Poppy is determined to practice as hard as she can. But will she realize that she's truly talented before she takes things too far?

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Ann Bryant was born in Buxton in Derbyshire, England. Originally published in the UK by Egmont UK (2001), the titles of the Step-Chain series have sold over 30,000 copies. Ann is also the author of the successful series, The Cafe Club (Scholastic UK)."

Charlotte Benton is a design and architecture historian. Her works include A Different World? Emigre Architects in Britain 1926-58.
Tim Benton is Professor of Art History at the Open University and has curated a number of exhibitions and his work has been most recently included in Le Corbusier in Paris.
Ghislaine Wood is co-curator of the Art Deco 1910-1939 exhibition. She was also co-curator of the wildly successful V&A Art Nouveau exhibition that toured internationally, and a contributor to the catalogue.

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