Lauren in the Limelight

Lauren in the Limelight

Lauren in the Limelight

Lauren in the Limelight

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Overview

As she begins 6th grade, Lauren Lightfoot wants nothing more than to get her first pair of pointe shoes, enjoy her love for ballet, and spend time with her friends. Lauren and her friends Bryan and Serena are challenged to define themselves both on stage and in the world when they audition for the Pacific Northwest Ballet School and compete for roles in the spring recital.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798988307808
Publisher: Rhododendron Press
Publication date: 09/12/2023
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 370,353
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.82(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Miriam Landis is a faculty member at the Pacific Northwest Ballet. She was a LitCamp fellow, and an assistant editor at Simon & Schuster, Hyperion, and the Amazon Books team. A Stanford grad, she was also a student at the School of American Ballet and a professional ballerina with Miami City Ballet. When not writing, teaching, or dancing, she enjoys life on Lake Washington alongside her husband and four children. In addition to Lauren in the Limelight, she is the author of two young adult novels, Girl in Motion and Girl on Pointe (previously published as Breaking Pointe). Learn more at www.miriamlandis.com.

Jill Cecil is an accomplished watercolor artist who finds most of her inspiration from dancers. She was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has art and ballet degrees from Brigham Young University and New York University's Dance Education M.A. program. She has taught dance in New York City public schools and art in Salt Lake City public schools. In addition to teaching, Jill has worked for several major NYC Dance Company's Education Departments, including American Ballet Theatre, Paul Taylor Dance Company, and Gelsey Kirkland Academy of Classical Ballet. She lives in Brooklyn with her two daughters. Her artwork can be seen at www.jillcecil.com.
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