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Angelina's Sleepover [With Sticker(s)] (Angelina Ballerina)by Katharine Holabird
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Angelina has been invited by her teacher Miss Lilly to dance at the Royal Palace in Mouseland! Anxious to impress the King and Queen and their three perfect princesses, poor Angelina tries very hard to please everyone and put on the perfect show. But things don’t seem to be going her way . . . until the dancing begins. Angelina proves to be the perfect teacher for the princesses, and together they perform a magical fairy ballet for a cheering crowd.
With Helen Craig’s charming full-color illustrations, Angelina—along with her cousin Henry and Miss Lilly—will have young dancers twirling with delight.
Angelina Ballerina is the picture book that first introduced Angelina to her adoring fans. This tiny dancer has proved to have enormous staying power—she has been a hugely popular character for more than twenty years. And Angelina’s popularity only continues to grow. She is even the spokescharacter for National Dance Week.With Katharine Holabird’s lively writing and Helen Craig’s charming illustrations, the original story about the feisty little mouse who wants nothing more than to dance still keeps young ballerinas leaping with delight.
Its Christmastime, and Angelina and her friends are having a Secret Santa party. Angelina opens her gift from William, and she is surprised to find that he has given her a nutcracker! That gives Angelina an idea—she and her friends should put on their own little performance of The Nutcracker for family and friends. Over 75 reusable stickers for Angelina fans make this performance truly spectacular!
About the Author
Katharine Holabird’s first Angelina Ballerina book was published in 1983. She lives in London.
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