|aMia and the girl with a twirl |cby Robin Farley ; pictures by Aleksey and Olga Ivanov.
|aNew York |bHarper|cc2013.
|a32 p. |bcol. ill. |c23 cm.
|aI can read! My first shared reading
|aOffering extra help to a newcomer in Miss Bird's dance class, Mia and Ruby are frustrated by Sara's determination to put her own spin on every dance move, a preference that introduces the girls to new ideas about creativity and individuality.
Ballerina kitten Mia is back in a seventh I Can Read Book by Robin Farley. Adorable full-color illustrations by Olga and Aleksey Ivanov and a dance dictionary add to the fun. This series is perfect for fans of the Tallulah books.Mia and her friend Ruby are excited to welcome a new girl--Sara--to Miss Bird's dance class. They try to teach her exactly how to do their dance. But Sara doesn't do it right. She adds a new twist to every step By watching Sara dance, Mia and her classmates eventually learn that individuality is a wonderful thing.Mia and the Girl with a Twirl is a My First I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for reading aloud to a child.