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On the island of Normost, in the kingdom of Windward, 13-year-old Cerinthe Gale is a folk healer who dreams of being a dancer. When her mother falls ill, Cerinthe fights to save her — but fails. She blames herself for her mother’s death, gives up healing, and decides to pursue dance. Cerinthe travels across Windward to audition at the School of the Royal Dancers, which accepts her even though she is a commoner. It should be the beginning of a brilliant future, but Cerinthe feels an emptiness she can’t identify. A...

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Overview

On the island of Normost, in the kingdom of Windward, 13-year-old Cerinthe Gale is a folk healer who dreams of being a dancer. When her mother falls ill, Cerinthe fights to save her — but fails. She blames herself for her mother’s death, gives up healing, and decides to pursue dance. Cerinthe travels across Windward to audition at the School of the Royal Dancers, which accepts her even though she is a commoner. It should be the beginning of a brilliant future, but Cerinthe feels an emptiness she can’t identify. A disagreement with a young man, a conflict with a cruel teacher, a rivalry with an aristocratic classmate, Elliana, and a meeting with a mederi — a healer with magical powers — add to her anguish. When the rivalry between the two girls causes a terrible accident, Elliana’s life hangs in the balance. Cerinthe faces the same awful choice she had faced with her mother: Should she try to heal Elliana herself or hope that the mederi arrives in time? Only the song of the Sea Maid holds the answer.

Aria of the Sea is an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, a Book Sense 76 Recommended Children’s Book, and a New York Public Library Best Book for the Teen Age.

In the magical kingdom of Windward, thirteen-year-old Cerinthe arrives at the Royal Dancing School, where she finds herself torn between the two careers of dancer and healer.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"Compelling." — Publishers Weekly

"This [is a] wondrous tale of competition, self-discovery, and forgiveness . . . Characters in this novel are memorable and true, flesh and blood to readers." — Voice of Youth Advocates

Publishers Weekly
In this compelling novel set in a fantasy maritime kingdom, a 13-year-old girl is torn between her natural talents as a healer and her love of dancing. According to PW, "What readers will remember are the exceedingly well drawn atmospheric setting and the winning heroine." Ages 10-up. (Mar.) Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
Thirteen-year-old Cerinthe Gale is the high-spirited heroine of this YA novel from the author of Firegold, and her quest to be a dancer is the moving force in the quick-stepping story. Hope lies in every action of young Cerinthe's even as it lay in the stitches her mother sewed into her dancing garments. Calhoun sketches her impulsive young heroine with grace. The story moves along at a comfortable pace, culminating in a satisfying conclusion in which Cerinthe achieves a goal nearly in danger of going unrealized and, more importantly, achieves a sense of self. The fantasy world of this story is rendered in a tapestry-like manner, barring only a few places where narrative seemed mildly anachronistic. 2000, Winslow Press, $15.95. Ages 10 to 14. Reviewer: Uma Krishnaswami
VOYA
Set in the fantasy kingdom of Windward, this wondrous tale of competition, self-discovery, and forgiveness chronicles the life of Cerinthe Gale, a thirteen-year-old healer who dreams of being a dancer. She blames herself for not being able to save her dying mother. Still in mourning, she travels across Windward to audition at the School of the Royal Dancers. Her acceptance might mean the start of a wonderful career, but a series of unfortunate choices instead leave her a menial laundress at the school. She eventually secures a position in the troupe, only to find herself in a dangerous rivalry with the school's star pupil, Elliana. Unlike many fantasy novels with a dance theme, Aria of the Sea offers readers more than just a glimpse at the art, taking a deeper look at faith, social class divisions, and individuality. Characters in this novel are memorable and true, flesh and blood to readers. Elliana appears mean and vindictive, but Cerinthe does not condemn her. Rather she tries to understand this girl who hates her, and in doing so, comes to terms with her own self-doubt and despair. With a strong female protagonist who has a passionate attachment to nature and the sea, Calhoun creates a world that completely pulls the reader into it. This first-person story will have wide appeal, and it is a highly recommended purchase for all public and school libraries. VOYA CODES: 5Q 4P M J S (Hard to imagine it being any better written; Broad general YA appeal; Middle School, defined as grades 6 to 8; Junior High, defined as grades 7 to 9; Senior High, defined as grades 10 to 12). 2000, Winslow, 262p, $15.95. Ages 12 to 18. Reviewer: Dr. Stefani Koorey

SOURCE: VOYA, October 2000(Vol. 23, No. 4)

KLIATT
Calhoun has written Firegold, a gripping fantasy that is an ALA Best Book for YAs; she also spent her adolescence training in classical ballet. She combines fantasy and ballet training in this novel, which will certainly provide fascinating reading for many YAs. Her fantasy world is a maritime nation, in which the main religion focuses on worship of the Sea Maid. Young Cerinthe comes from a remote island to the center of culture to train at the School for Royal Dancers. The other students persecute her for being so poor and provincial. When her talent and hard work result in her getting a lead role, the other students only resent her more. Much of this novel in fact has all the elements of the successful boarding school story, with cliques, persecution, at least one ghastly student who holds the power to reject or accept any student, sneaking out to escape the authoritarian teachers, and so on. Cerinthe loves dance and had promised her mother that she would become a famous dancer, but she is in despair because of the tyranny at the school, and because she cannot hear the song of the Sea Maid anymore, which in the past inspired and sustained her. The other skill Cerinthe had been learning on the faraway island is the skill of the healer. But when her ability failed with her dying mother, Cerinthe had decided to give up this pursuit. Now, at the School for Royal Dancers, Cerinthe sees again and again the need for good medical care; and when an accident happens, she puts aside her fears to save the other student from bleeding to death. This experience makes her wonder which direction she should take for her future. Calhoun's world is believable: it is a world that is something like aEuropean nation in the 18th century—except it doesn't share the Judeo-Christian worldview, of course, instead having a complex mythology all its own. The world of dance is a world in itself, and this is vividly created in this novel. Cerinthe seems older than a thirteen-year-old today, with thoughts of marriage and career haunting her. KLIATT Codes: J—Recommended for junior high school students. 2000, Winslow, 264p, 99-462306, $15.95. Ages 13 to 15. Reviewer: Claire Rosser; November 2000 (Vol. 34 No. 6)
School Library Journal
Gr 6-9-Against great odds, 13-year-old Cerinthe Gale, a commoner from the outer regions of the kingdom, is chosen to study at the Royal School of Dance of Windward. She feels that she is on the way to fulfilling the dreams that her late mother had for her. This is important, for Cerinthe feels responsible for her death. As her mother lay desperately ill, the girl, a beginning folk healer, treated her with a dangerous drug, and the woman died. At the dance school, she meets Elliana, a wealthy and talented classmate who takes an immediate dislike to Cerinthe. As the rivalry between these two builds to its devastating climax, Cerinthe struggles to understand why she does not find fulfillment in dancing, and why she no longer hears the song of the Goddess Sea Maid. Ultimately, this is a story about recognizing and responding to one's calling. It is only when a reckless wager ends in a horrible accident that Cerinthe chooses to use her gifts as a healer and saves the life of her nemesis. She is then able to see that her real passion is for caring for the sick. This is a powerful message, which flows naturally out of the story line without ever being didactic. This fine story has elements of fantasy reminiscent of Monica Furlong's Wise Child (1989) and its sequel Juniper (1991, both Knopf; o.p.) as well as realistic descriptions of dance practice and performance.-Bruce Anne Shook, Mendenhall Middle School, Greensboro, NC Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.|
From The Critics
Thirteen-year-old Cerinthe Gale is a folk healer who lives on the island of Normost in the kingdom of Windward, and dreams of being a dancer. When her mother becomes ill, Cerinthe strives to heal her but fails. With her mother's death, Cerinthe gives up healing to follow her dream to dance. She auditions at the School of the Royal Dancers — which accepts her even though she's a commoner. A misunderstanding with a young man, a conflict with a cruel teacher, a rivalry with an aristocratic student, and a meeting with a mederi (a skilled healer said to have magical powers) blend and combine to stand between Cerinthe and the realization of her dream to be a dancer. Can she overcome the awful choices life thrusts upon her? Aria Of The Sea is a superbly written, carefully crafted, totally engaging, highly recommended novel for young readers and would enhance any school or community library collection.
Kirkus Reviews
A gifted teenager agonizes over career choices while learning to separate her desires from those of others in this leisurely ballet-school fantasy from the author of Firegold (1999). Forget about a credible plot line. Believing that she has failed the entrance exam, Cerinthe finds a way into the School of Royal Dancers as a laundry maid. In fact, she received top marks, and once she's discovered she's not only promoted over the heads of others, but also given a lead role in an upcoming production staged for the royal family. There are two flies in the ointment, however: an arrogant, vicious rival, Elliana; and, in the wake of her failure to save her own mother's life after an accident, her utter refusal to use her training in herb lore and healing to help those in need. The author, a trained dancer, vividly evokes the school's high-strung atmosphere, as well as the joys and challenges of dance. She is not so sure-handed with characters, though, as aside from Cerinthe and Elliana no one here steps beyond wafer-thin conventional supporting roles, and as Cerinthe chews over one inner conflict or another the story's pace sometimes slows to a crawl. Still, melodramatic incidents are not confined to the stage, Cerinthe's final realization that dance is not her deepest vocation is not easily achieved, and Elliana, driven, physically abused, mentally unbalanced though she may be, is allowed the potential to change, perhaps in a sequel. The intensity may flag here and there, but when it peaks, readers will be drawn in. Elegant cover illustration, too. (Fiction. 11-15)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780374404543
  • Publisher: St. Martins Press-3pl
  • Publication date: 3/24/2003
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 272
  • Age range: 10 - 14 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

Dia Calhoun is the author of Aria of the Sea, Firegold, and White Midnight, all ALA Best Books for Young Adults. She lives in Tacoma, Washington.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2012

    Highly recommend!! A must read on anyone's list!

    Anyone who knows me today would know I LOVE reading, but when I was younger I hated it! I would skim through a book enough to be able to write a passing book report and that was it. Aria of the Sea was the first book I just couldn't put down, it sucks you in with the character's vivid personalities, the bueatiful description of the dancing, and with the hurtles the characters over come that are so relatable in this wondrous story of growing up and finding out who you really are. I got this book for my niece to open her to the would of reading, and she's half way through now and in love with the story as much as I was.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2007

    To be or not to be of the Sea

    Cerinthe, a thirteen year old girl, leaves her home in Normost, but mostly on the sea, to become a dancer. Dancing has been dreams of hers ever since she was a young girl, now she must make it a reality because her mother¿s last words before she died were ¿become a great dancer.¿ Later in the book she is a great dancer in competition with Elliana the top dancer. Elliana is trying to get Cerinthe expelled and if she can¿t to that, make her life a living nightmare. However when she meets Mederi Grace, as stated in the book ¿healers with evil, magical powers acquired in mysterious schools were called mederi,¿ according to the people of Normost who preferred healers. Now Cerinthe has to decide to ether become a healer, mederi, go back to the sea, or stay the dancer that she is. What will Cerinthe choose? What twisted scheme does Elliana have up her sleeve? Find out in the book Aria of the Sea. Non-stop reading is what I did with this book. I love this book because it is a book of suspense and a hint of mystery. I especially like the way the author Dia Calhoun wrote the book in first person so that you can read what the character is thinking. In the book, there is nothing I would change, but sometimes it is hard to understand what the character is thinking because of some of the words. The part I really enjoyed was when Cerinthe and Elliana were up on Kasoakol¿s Gable after Cerinthe was declared top dancer to see who say stay on the ledge longer doing fouettés. If anyone of them gets caught up in the gable they will be suspended or worse fall the ledge and die. I can¿t tell what happens so there is another reason to read this book. This book is not part of a series but there is a series written the Dia Calhoun called the Sunburst series. Some other books written by Dia Calhoun are Avielle of Rhia, the Phoenix Dance, White Midnight, and Aida. I would recommend this book to girls the age of eleven to fourteen this is because you have to know how to be able to read in between the lines.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2006

    Aria

    For all of you who are confused about the title, an aria is definitely a kind of song, usually very uplifting and lyrical. and it's a great book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2005

    Beautiful and Emotion, Aria has it all

    I actually am an avid ballet hater, but throughout this book, i felt as though, like Cerinthe, it was my life. I was so moved by the beauty of the telling of the story. Dia Calhoun has earned my infinite respect (the only other recipent being JRR Tolkien). I loved Cerinthe, Elianna, and Sileree and what they all brought to this story. I couldn't peel myself away from this book, and enjoyed every moment of reading it. You have not read quality literature until you've read Aria of the Sea. By the Way, I'm pretty sure Aria is a type of music/song, as the music to the Dance of the Sea was called Aria of the sea.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2004

    Great Book!

    I have always wanted to dance. Aria of the Sea is an inspirational story about a girl named Cerinthe who is a great dancer and is accepted into the School of Royal Dancers. This story is about how Cerinthe pursues her dream of being a dancer. Later, however, Cerinthe is at a crossroads. When Elliana falls on Kasakol's Gable, she Cerinthe must decide whether to heal Elliana and risk killing her, or not do anything and let her die. This is a must read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2004

    AMAZING story! Lovely writing style.

    It was an amazing story. I am not a dancer, but the message still held a special, personal meaning; I finished the book with a feeling that I had learned a life lesson. The internal conflict in the story is one that is faced by many, and will hopefully help people on their journeys in life. The only thing that confused me was the title. Aria? Who is that?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2003

    This is a Great Book!

    Aria of the sea is a book that sould never be forgotten. If U are just starting ballet, or if U like stories that deal with ballet, this book is for U!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2003

    A journey of a book!

    This was a fantastic book! It truly captures emotions, details, longing, love, etc. The author describes scenes just so. Not too descriptive, but enough for you to get an exact, beautiful image. As Cerinthe dances ballet, you discover the complete grace and beauty of the art. Her feelings are raw and real to life, but not overwhelming to the reader. This was a fastinating, highly interesting book. It makes you grow angry and vicious, yet at other times at peace and blissful. you might even want to see the ballet studio yourself as you read it! This is a must read for bookworms, and all who dance. It's a lovely fantasy, and we need to see more of these books in the future!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2002

    A spectacular book that I read twice in three days!

    The main character, Cerinthe, deals with the same problems that we do. I picked this book up and was instantly glued to it! This book is one of the Lone Star books, so it can be found at most Texas middle school libraries.When you read this book, you can see a picture in your mind of what everything looks like. It's that good! I recommend this book to anyone who likes dancing or just wants a good book to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2001

    From A Dancer

    This was an awesome book! Iloved it and i think other dancers will to. It kind of had a bad ending though! Overall it was one of my favorite books of all times!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2001

    A Wonderfully Written Book About Striving To Acheive Goals

    Aria of the Sea is a brilliant book. In this book,you will learn that it isn't always easy to do what you enjoy. Many people have to work hard and even deceive people to do the one thing that the love, which in this case is to be a ballet dancer. I give this book five stars for being well-written and a beautiful example of true ambition.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2001

    Aria of the Sea

    i thought that this was a very well-written book. the author tells the story full of enchantement and magic as if you were really there! I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a rich and powerful story that involves finding inner-strength and courage!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2001

    Aria of the Sea

    i thought that this book was very well written and showed great emotion and enchantement. it kept me reading and in a fascinating way, this fantasy was tied in with the realistic world! i recommend this book to anyone who likes a story with a female trying to find her inner-self and making confusing decisions!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2001

    ALL-SHOULD-READ

    Aria of the Sea is a fantastic book. It was very well written, and when I read it I couldn't put it down.Every page and every word was so intersting. Even when I just looked at the cover it intrigued me. It was fascinating, and ALL SHOULD READ!!!!!!!!!

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