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Flying Feet: A Story Of Irish Dance.

Flying Feet: A Story Of Irish Dance

Anna Marlis Burgard & Leighanne Dees

Chronicle Books

85 Second Street, 6th floor, San Francisco, CA 94105-3441

www.chroniclebooks.com

0811844315 $15.95, 1-800-722-6657

Written by Anna Marlis Burgard and illustrated by Leighanne Dees with aid from the watchful eyes of Irish dance and folklore experts, Flying Feet: A Story Of Irish Dance is a fantastic children's picturebook inspired by a true event--a singularly memorable dance championship that took place when two master dancers tested their talents to determine who was worthy to become the dance instructor of Ballyconneely. A two-part unfolding page reveals the climactic moment when one of the contestants is so entranced in the passion of the moment he appears to take to the skies! The exuberant color illustrations emphasize a celebration and appreciation of Irish dance and cultural heritage. An afterword at the end offers some educational notes about the history of Irish dance.
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Date:Oct 1, 2005
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