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One perfect pirouette
Attendin the National Ballet School is every aspiring dancer's dream. It's been Brynna's for as long as she can remember.
When her parents move her family to Melbourne, so Brunne can attend a top ballet school, it looks like her dream is about to become a reality. But why does she fell so alful about the move? Her brother Tam is angrier then she has ever seen him and her mum is working hard to keep the family afloat.
Will every step towards success come to price? For Brynna to realise has heart's desire, something has to give. But will it be her faily?
I found this book really engaging and easy to read. From the first page, right to the very last I was interested. Being someone that has gone from an enthusiastic reader to struggling to find books that interest me, this book really opened up a doorway of books. While reading this One Perfect Pirouette I discovered that my love for dancing was just as strong as my love for reading about dancing. I now know a bit more about what to look for in books that wish to read.
This book is about a girl called Brynna who follows and believes in her dreams. Every moment she treasures for ballet practice and wants to get better. But sometimes there are obstacles blocking her which there are things she doesn't want to do. Brynnna plans some lessons but things don't always turnup how she wants it.
This book by Sherryl Clark is a award winning authur.