Ballet School by Naia Bray-Moffatt

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Transport young readers into a real ballet class with Ballet School! Beautiful full color photography captures children learning how to form the five positions, perform basic dance techniques, and put on a recital. Follow along with the class as they learn how to warm up before practicing, perform jumps and leaps, execute the perfect final curtsy or bow, and much more.

Ballet School captivates by showing the gracefulness of ballet in the atmosphere of a real class, letting children learn what to expect from a ballet class. Whether reading about how to dress for a performance, observing the difference between pointe shoes and slippers, or learning how to tell a story through ballet, young dancers will love this very special introduction to the world of dance.


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Published January 1, 2003 by DK Publishing. 48 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Filled with inviting photographs of six bright-eyed girls and boys at work in a sunny studio, the oversize Ballet School lets readers sit in on classes at a formal ballet school, from the first day to the end-of-the-year performance.

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