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Books: "To Dance"

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Darcicapointe

It is an amazing read! It captures the essence of a dancer's life! :hyper::thumbsup::sweating:

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Victoria Leigh

Darcicapointe, can you tell us a bit more about this book? Who is the author? And is it really "to dance", or is it "To Dance"?

 

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ascballerina

I read that once. While graphic novels generally hold no interest for me, I think I picked it up without realising what it was and then just ended up finishing it. It's actually very good. If I recall correctly (spoilers ahead), the main character ends up giving up dance...only to go back to it later realising how much she loves it. I'd read it again, probably, if it was around.

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summer03

How neat! I think it may be something my daughter may enjoy! Thanks for sharing.

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