Puss in Boots by Lincoln Kirstein

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A retelling of the French fairy tale in which a clever cat wins his master a fortune and the hand of a princess.

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Lincoln Kirstein first became involved in dance as a spectator and then moved to writing about dance, an occupation that he has continued throughout his life. Kirstein is considered by many to be the American authority on dance. He contributed more than any other contemporary American toward the development of theatrical dance in the United States. He is also credited with bringing Japanese theater to the United States. During the 1930s and 1940s, Kirstein founded and directed numerous ballet schools and companies, including the School of American Ballet, New York (1934), the American Ballet (1935), the Ballet Caravan (1936), and the Ballet Society (1946). He was also the founding director of The Dance Index.
Published September 1, 1994 by Little Brown & Co (Juv Pap).
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference.

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Vaâs, a costume designer for the New York City Ballet, provides a sumptuous, meticulously detailed setting recalling the Louis XIV era, depicting peasants and nobles with satirical glee (W.

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