Audio CD ☆ Ballet Shoes ePUB ✓

Ballet Shoes When Sylvia and her old nurse Nana agree to keep house for Gum, they know they will be looking after his fossil collection while his away on his travels But imagine their surprise when one day he brings them something else three baby girls whose names all being with P Pauline, Petrova and Posy Fossil are not really sisters even their surname is invented The girls decide to put our name in the history books because it s our very own , and enrol at the Children s Academy of Dancing and Stage Training Each Fossil uses her individual talents to achieve their joint aim in this captivating story, now a modern children s classic CDshrs


10 thoughts on “Ballet Shoes

  1. says:

    Remember the scene in You ve Got Mail where Colleen Kelly Meg Ryan is sitting in the children s section of the newly opened Foxx Books, and a customer comes in looking for the Shoes books by Noel S


  2. says:

    5 Words Classic, Christmas, talent, family, dance.This is one of my FAVOURITE books ever I read it year on year, oftenthan once, and I never get bored How could I Ballet Shoes follows the Fossil sis


  3. says:

    The story of Pauline, Petrova, and Posy will be in my heart for life, even though I must confess that was introduced to these charming and unforgettable characters from the 1975 British television ve


  4. says:

    I had two career goals as a little girl I would be a ballerinaor a librarian, heh Well I started ballet at three and continued through college, but alas never made it to the big stage I am a librarian


  5. says:

    Thank you, Kathleen Kelly, for alerting me to the existence of this book This was really cute and heartwarming And I think it s probably time I watch You ve Got Mail again.


  6. says:

    Professor Mathew Brown or Great Uncle Mathew or Gum, lives with his niece Sylvia and her nurse Nana, and from time to time takes off on expeditions from where he brings back fossils, adding to a huge co


  7. says:

    This is probably the first book ever where I cannot say The book is better straight away First of all, it is clear that the book is for children and the film is for the grown ups But the beauty remains i


  8. says:

    A wonderful reread of a childhood favourite.Just perfect


  9. says:

    I first came across this author when Noel Streatfeild was mentioned in one of my all time favourite movies, You ve Got Mail It prompted me to get at least two books this one and the one I read last year Th


  10. says:

    Reading this just made me happy Ridiculous, but true It s really a lovely book, with strong, sensible characters.


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