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- Best Loved Stories in Song and Dance
by Jim Weiss
- Best Loved Stories in Song and Dance - CD
by Jim Weiss
- Dance Pad Revolution 2
by Naki International
Dance Pad Revolution must be used in conjunction with compatible dance games.
- Dancer Who Flew : A Memoir of Rudolf Nureyev, The
by Linda Maybarduk
Few ballet dancers have held the world’s attention like Rudolf Nureyev. Naturally talented and technically brilliant, Nureyev had a charisma that knocked the dancing world on its heels. This stunning book is a very personal glimpse of a unique artist through the eyes of a fellow dancer and friend.
- DDR Max 2: Dance Dance Revolution
The dance floor kicks into overdrive with DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution. Packed with a smash-hit lineup of licensed music, all-new songs, exclusive songs for the U.S. and cool game modes, everybody will be movin' and groovin' to the pulsating beats. The latest installment of this highly anticipated series takes the revolution to the masses.
- Felicity's Dancing Shoes
by Valerie Tripp, Dan Andreasen (Illustrator)
Felicity discovers the secret to graceful dancing after she borrows her sister Nan’s pretty—but painful—shoes. This pocket-sized hardcover book includes color illustrations, fun historical facts, and an activity. 56 pages.
- Flying Feet : A Story of Irish Dance
by Anna Marlis Burgard, Leighanne Dees
The competition is on! Two champion dancers, Aidan and Michael, arrive in the village of Ballyconneely at the very same moment, each hoping to become the town's dance master. The villagers can support only one instructor, so the men agree to battle it out through rounds of reels and hornpipes. At each stage of the contest, the men challenge each other by calling for more and more difficult tunes to test their opponent's skill. Cheered on by the gathering crowd, the men dance on increasingly daring platforms—from rain barrels to stone walls and beyond—as each inspires the other until the best man wins. Based on a true event, this classic tale illustrates the enduring tradition of dance and music in Ireland.
- Full Moon Barnyard Dance
by Carole Lexa Schaefer, Christine Davenier (Illustrator)
A beautiful night and a full moon inspire the barnyard animals to hold a dance by the pond, where the arrival of some clouds provides them with an unexpected experience.
- Irish Dance Recital
by Barbara Steadman
- Stompin' at the Savoy: The Story of Norma Miller
by Alan Govenar (Compiler), Martin French (Illustrator)
In this invigorating, humorous, and thought-provoking oral autobiography, Alan Govenar captures the sound and spirit of Norma Miller’s voice as she recalls her early years and coming of age as a determined young dancer during the heyday of swing. Augmenting her lively narrative are Martin French’s jazzy, single-color illustrations, evoking the vibrant style of vintage poster art.