Tip-Tap Pop

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Marshall Cavendish, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Emma and her grandpa, Pop, are tap-dancing pals. They dig-shuffle-chug through town and put on a c lickity-clacking, tip-tapping show every year on Emma's birthday. But Pop is getting old. He starts forgetting things, even Emma's birthday. And he stops dancing. Can Emma help Pop's feet remember how to dance? Clickity-clack, clickity-clack, stomp-stomp-clickity-clack. . . . Endearing illustrations rendered in gouache and pencils show that even the smallest act may spark a memory in an Alzheimer's sufferer.
 

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User Review  - edefra1 - LibraryThing

Since this book had to do with family traditions and dance I truly enjoyed this book. Two reasons why I liked it was the writing and the characters. The writing rhymed and depicted sounds throughout ... Read full review

Tender tip-tapping story of multigenerational love

User Review  - pbqueen - Borders

Tip-Tap Pop is a heart-warming story of a young girl and her sweet relationship with her grandfather. From a young age he taught her to dance and to listen to the music all around her. One summer he ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Sarah Lynn's three young sons taught her how to race toy cars. Together they've used their imaginations to create roads everywhere (couch, kitchen floor, dirt, sand, rug, and the bathtub, just for starters.) The idea for 1-2-3 Va-Va-Vroom! came to Sarah when she was teaching her oldest son to write numbers. They began imagining the pencil as a car drawing its own track. Those vroom-vroom sounds made writing numbers so much more fun. Sarah is also the author of Tip-Tap Pop, illustrated by Valeria Docampo. She lives with her family in Camarillo, California.

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