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Another Way to Dance

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2008

    A reviewer

    i absolutly loved this book. It is about a ballerina like myself and i was ably to relate to the story because of that!@!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2005

    i loved this book

    i loved this book because i am a dancer and she really goes through what dancers go through i loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!! i would highly recommend this to dancers and to many others too because it has a great plot and it can help you learn alot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2003

    WONDER FUL!!!!!

    I LOVED THIS BOOK. I MYSELF AM A DANCER AND I FEEL THE SAME WAY SHE DOES. YOU SHOULD REALLY READ THIS BOOK IT IS GGGGGREAT.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2003

    Just Dance!!!

    This book was about a young African American girl who moves to New York to join a summer dance school. In New York, she lives with her Aunt Hannah who is an actress. She meets a friend named Stacey and they are the only to black girls in the company. She was in love with a dancer whose name was Misha. He would be at Macy¿s on Monday morning and she was going to go meet him. She stood in line for hours and when she got up to him he didn¿t even look at her when he was signing her poster. She would be tuning 15 in a week so her aunt thew a party for her and had her divorced parents come up and not fight with each other. She ended up loving her party and all the presents everyone got her. On the last day of class her Stacey and their friend Debbie were all stretching together and discussing whether or not they think they would be invited back in the fall. They all had a good class so when they were done, they went up to Stacey¿s dorm room and waited for them to post the list of who was invited back. You should read this book and find out who got invited back to join the company!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2002

    A book by Martha Southgate

    I really liked this book. I have slient reading time on day 3 and I forgot my book, so I went to my Language Arts teacher and asked her for a book and she gave me 'Another Way to Dance'. I started to read it and I really enjoyed it. I asked her if I could keep it to read the rest. I read it about 4 billion times before I gave it back.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2001

    Another Way To Dance

    I loved this book! It kinda gave a description of what life at SAB is, and the truth behind a dancer. All I can really say is this book is AMAZING!

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