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The Night Before My Dance Recital

by Natasha Wing
Publisher: Penguin
Release Date: 2015-10-27
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Pages: 32 pages
ISBN 13: 0399541020
ISBN 10: 9780399541025
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Synopsis : The Night Before My Dance Recital written by Natasha Wing, published by Penguin which was released on 2015-10-27. Download The Night Before My Dance Recital Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. When the class spins left she spins right! Without missing a beat, she keeps on dancing and smiling. The Night Before My Dance Recital celebrates this with humor, warmth, and engaging illustrations by Amy Wummer. -- Celebrating a landmark event in the life of all dancers! It's the night before a young girl's first dance recital. At the dress rehearsal, she and her class go over the steps one last time. What if she messes up? she worries. But the next day, she's ready to perform. When the class spins left she spins right! Without missing a beat, she keeps on dancing and smiling. The Night Before My Dance Recital celebrates this with humor, warmth, and engaging illustrations by Amy Wummer.

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Celebrating a landmark event in the life of all dancers! It's the night before a young girl's first dance recital. At the dress rehearsal, she and her class go over the steps one last time. What if she messes up? she worries. But the next day, she's ready to perform. When the class spins left she spins right! Without missing a beat, she keeps on dancing and smiling. The Night Before My Dance Recital celebrates this with humor, warmth, and engaging illustrations by Amy Wummer.
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