Tallulah tries something new—tap!—in her latest story.
It’s summer, and Tallulah is excited about going to dance camp. She’ll get to take plenty of ballet classes. She’ll have to take tap, too, and she’s NOT excited about that. She’s never taken tap before, so she’ll be a beginning beginner. And she’s right—tap class is not much fun. Plus there’s a girl her same age who’s maddeningly good at tap dancing. But that same girl isn’t very good at ballet . . . could it be that she and Tallulah have something in common?
"The ballerina-to-be-explores new and challenging steps—successfully."
"The expressive text vividly captures the ups and downs of Tallulah's summer, particularly the key moment when her anger turns to interest, leading to a realistic shift in her point of view...An appealing addition to the Tallulah series."
"Young readers will learn about the importance of being patient and open-minded when it comes to trying new things. The text is complemented with soft and expressive watercolor illustrations."
—School Library Journal
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