On her first day at dance class, Mia can’t wait to put on her bouncy pink tutu. There’s only one problem: her tutu is too-too big! It falls down and Mia falls over it with every step. But just as Mia starts to get upset, she meets Ruby - and Mia realizes that no setback is too hard to handle with a good friend by your side. With simple text and warm, tender illustrations, this I Can Read story is the perfect choice for the earliest readers - and for dance fans of any age!
Mia is excited to learn a new dance with her best friend, Ruby. But on the day of class, Ruby isn't feeling well and Mia must find another partner. At first Mia is afraid she won’t have anyone to dance with, but soon Mia finds herself with not one, but two partners! Making sure no one is left out, Mia finds a solution that will work for everyone.
Beginning readers will love Mia and the Dance for Two, a sweet, easy-to-read story about thoughtfulness, friendship, and dancing!
There's a new word in Miss Bird's dance class and it's spelled J-A-Z-Z! Mia can't wait to learn a whole new set of steps to a brand-new beat! For jazz dance, Mia has to switch from her frilly tutu and pink ballet slippers to a leotard and special jazz shoes. Mia thinks the new shoes aren't quite as pretty as her pink slippers, and once Mia sees how fancy jazz dance is, the shoes seem even more plain! As always, Mia uses her quick thinking to come up with the perfect solution to match her plain-Jane outfit to her jazzy steps.
Mia isn't sure how she feels when Sara, the new girl in Miss Bird's dance class, puts her own twist on every move. Mia and her friends quickly learn that there's more than one way to dance... embracing individuality can add flair to even the smallest steps. A heartwarming story for young listeners looking to find their own unique dance moves.