Flying Feet by James Stevenson
A Mud Flat Story

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What's that noise?

Is it a bunch of giant woodpeckers?

No, it's the amazing tap-dance team of Tonya and Ted, who've come to Mud Flat to produce a big dance extravaganza. And now that they've soft-shoed their way into town, all the residents are eager to fork over plenty for tap-dance lessons. How else will they become stars?

 

About James Stevenson

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James Stevenson is the creator of many acclaimed books for children and is a cartoonist for "The New Yorker," He lives in Cos Cob, Connecticut.
 
Published March 1, 2004 by Greenwillow. 48 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Seventh in the series, Flying Feet: A Mud Flat Story by James Stevenson brings dreams of dancing to the small town. When the famous dance team of Tonya and Ted roll into Mud Flat, Stan and ever

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The third, Jerry, posts a sign in hopes of recruiting new acrobats, but instead concocts an act starring the snails, who not only fly through the air but sing in three-part harmony (``Tonight, you're going in there as snails, but you're coming back as stars ,'' quips Jerry).

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