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Angelina Ballerina Paperback – 30 Aug 2001
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The writing is crisp and clear, the illustrations detailed with a lovely sense of movement and emotion (Guardian)
Angelina is a magical character who fulfils every little girl's dreams (Darcey Bussell, OBE)
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Illus. in full color. Angelina is so busy dancing that she does nothing else. Her parents are in despair until they send her to ballet school --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
A fantastic book with lovely illustrations.
Angelina is becoming a ballerina. She and her friends are taking classes and are practicing for a recital. Angelina is a lovely young girl and has wonderful friends, but she does get into trouble as every child. In this film the singing, dancing and music is so invigorating. My granddaughter would get up and dance in front of the television. Then she would ask me to join her. What fun. In this film, a part if India is discovered, and a song and dance incorporated into their program along with their friend, Marc. We loved this film, and my granddaughter watches it over and over.
Recommended. prisrob 04-16-17
Angelina is a little mouse who loves to dance. She dances at home, at school and even in her dreams! Unfortunately, all this dancing gets in the way of all the other things she should be doing, like tidying up, doing her homework and being helpful at home. Angelina's parents decide it is time for her to start ballet and send her to Mademoiselle Lily's lessons. Angelina turns out to be a gifted dancer and becomes a very happy mouse and eventually a great ballerina.
What I particularly like about this story is the positive message it send about children (or mice!) being happier if they take part in some kind of physical activity. What my daughter particularly likes about it is that it is all about ballet, and that Angelina wears a pink tutu! So everybody is happy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fine great arrived on time good price it was liked as a Christmas present thanks ChrisPublished 16 months ago by Chris
Very good. Item as described and delivered as promised.Published 20 months ago by Christine Kelland
Love Angelina, kiddies love the drawings and storyPublished on 22 Mar. 2015 by Mrs. Tracie-ann L. Cole