Mia and the Tiny Toe Shoes

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HarperCollins, Oct 9, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Mia loves her dance class, and Mia loves her teacher, Miss Bird. So when Miss Bird asks Mia to help out in the little dancers' class, Mia is excited! She wants to teach the tiny ballerinas to dance, just like Miss Bird teaches Mia. But when the younger girls have trouble with their steps, Mia gets worried. What if the little ballerinas aren't able to do the dance? As always, Mia uses her quick thinking to come up with the perfect solution.

With Mia and the Tiny Toe Shoes, Mia stars in her fifth My First I Can Read book, full of sweet surprises and delightful dancing.

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Review: Mia and the Tiny Toe Shoes (My First I Can Read)

User Review  - Terry - Goodreads

Young Reader Reaction: This is a nice book for new readers. I like how the illustrations express the ballerinas' learning with excitement and confidence. I can see Mia and the Tiny Toe Shoes as an ... Read full review

Review: Mia and the Tiny Toe Shoes

User Review  - Aryana Ahmad - Goodreads

1. Personal Reaction: If your students are struggling are you going to help them or give up? Well Mia does not give up especially when her students can't dance. She eventually performs for the main ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Illustrators Olga and Aleksey Ivanov received their classical artistic training in Moscow, Russia, before immigrating to the United States in 2002. Among their many books for children are the Charlotte's Web I Can Read Books. They live in Denver, Colorado.

Illustrators Olga and Aleksey Ivanov received their classical artistic training in Moscow, Russia, before immigrating to the United States in 2002. Among their many books for children are the Charlotte's Web I Can Read Books. They live in Denver, Colorado.

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