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by Katharine Holabird,Helen Craig

eBook Angelina on Stage (Angelina Ballerina) download ISBN: 0670060585
Author: Katharine Holabird,Helen Craig
Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (January 19, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1828 kb
Fb2: 1995 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books
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Katharine Holabird’s first Angelina Ballerina book was published in 1983. The illustrations by Helen Craig are a delight and are quite detailed

Katharine Holabird’s first Angelina Ballerina book was published in 1983. The illustrations by Helen Craig are a delight and are quite detailed. The colors and hues make the pictures as much of a delight as the charming story, and young children will easily relate to the antics of Angelina and Henry. At seven, my daughter has not outgrown these stories, even after having read them multiple times since she was a preschooler!

Angelina on Stage book. Helen Craig did an amazing job with the illustrations.

Angelina on Stage book. The facial expressions went directly with the story. It was obvious when Angelina was sad, or when Henry was loving the attention. Holabird wrote the first draft of Angelina Ballerina at the kitchen table with her daughters dancing around her. In fact, the Angelina books were originally about a girl, but then Craig drew a mouse, and Holabird loved it.

Angelina Ballerina book. How glad I am that I have, as I found Katharine Holabird's story sweet, and Helen Craig's artwork adorable. Angelina is so busy dancing that she does nothing else  . I particularly loved all the little details in the scenes depicting the Mouselings' home, and was reminded a bit of Jill Barklem's work, in the Brambly Hedge books. Young ballet enthusiasts will take this one to heart, but so will children who enjoy stories about mice and other little animals.

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Katharine Holabird, Helen Craig, Finty Williams. Angelina the dancing mouse has been enchanting little ballerinas for 30 years. In this larger format, anniversary paperback picture book, she will inspire a whole new generation

Katharine Holabird, Helen Craig, Finty Williams. In this larger format, anniversary paperback picture book, she will inspire a whole new generation. Angelina wants more than anything else to become a ballerina and dances all the time - even when she's supposed to be doing chores or getting ready for school. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Mouseling, are in despair - but then they think of a plan

Angelina Ballerina by Katharine Holabird - In an encore performance, Angelina Ballerina returns in this refreshed .

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Angelina Ballerina (TV series). Angelina Ballerina is a British animated children's television series, based on the Angelina Ballerina series of children's books by author Katharine Holabird and illustrator Helen Craig. The series is about Angelina Mouseling, a young mouse who loves to dance ballet, and her family and classmates. Finty Williams performed the voice of Angelina, and her real-life mother Judi Dench performed the voice of Miss Lilly, her old ballet teacher.

Angelina Ballerina" - the much loved story by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig. Angelina is a pretty little mouse who wants more than anything else to become a ballerina

Angelina Ballerina" - the much loved story by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig. Angelina is a pretty little mouse who wants more than anything else to become a ballerina. She dances all the time - even when she's supposed to be doing chores or getting. She dances all the time - even when she's supposed to be doing chores or getting ready for school. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Mouseling, are in despair - but then they think of a plan.

In Angelina on Stage, Angelina has a part in a grown-ups’ ballet, and so does her cousin Henry. But Angelina’s excitement turns to jealousy during rehearsals when Henry becomes the favorite. Will Angelina and Henry still be friends after the performance?
Comments: (7)
Tori Texer
It was a gift for my great niece. I assume she enjoyed it. I sent the Angelina doll along with the book.
Orevise
I love this book. It is one of my favorites from my childhood.
Efmprof
The Angelina Ballerina series of books are charming and feature a precocious young mouse who is also an aspiring ballerina. Angelina Mouseling is predictably excited when she gets picked by her ballet instructor, Ms. Lilly to play the role of a magic fairy in a grown-up ballet called The Gypsy Queen. As a bonus, cousin Henry is picked to play the role of an elf.

Angelina's excitement wanes when she discovers cousin Henry has become a favorite of the prima ballerina Madame Zizi. Filled with envy, Angelina can't bring herself to be happy for Henry, until an incident on opening night brings the cousins together again.

The illustrations by Helen Craig are a delight and are quite detailed. The colors and hues make the pictures as much of a delight as the charming story, and young children will easily relate to the antics of Angelina and Henry. At seven, my daughter has not outgrown these stories, even after having read them multiple times since she was a preschooler!
Ffleg
beautifully illustrated, heartwarming childrens stories. Even though the Angelina stories are geared towards girls, my little boy, at 8, enjoyed these as well, especially when mom read to him. These are good stories to read to your child at bedtime.

The artwork is detailed and delightful to look at-you'll see new things each time you look, and children love that that every scene is filled with many little mice.

This Angelina story deals with a sometimes hard topic to talk about-jealousy. Each book is filled with wonderful life lessons told in a gentle, non preachy way.

I highly recommend this series for any child.

5 stars!
Insanity
We're slowly working our way through the Angelina Ballerina books, based on the fanatic love of several of my daughter's friends for Angelina. Angelina loves to dance, and gets the opportunity to be in a real ballet as a magic fairy. One slight problem is that Angelina's cousin Harry, who looks very silly dancing, is also in the ballet as an elf. When Harry gets a line, Angelina must deal with her feelings of jealousy.
This is a relatively short book, with some great artwork, that parents won't mind reading multiple times. Like some of the other Angelina books, a part of the story is about Angelina dealing with her feelings, and happily, it all works out in the end.
CopamHuk
Some of the other reviews mentioned toddler girls liking this book, well I guess some middle-aged "girls" like this book too! I'm almost 50 and don't have kids, but even I enjoyed this book.
I thought there were 2 good lessons presented:
1. Having a boy (Henry) want to dance and be in the ballet.
2. Showing Angelina being jealous, but putting that aside to help Henry when he needed it.
Learning not to stereotype and to forgive are lessons we all need to be reminded of from time to time.
Golkis
This was a great book! I especially liked it because I am very much interested in ballet. This book was about a mouse named Angelina and her being invited to perform in a "grown up" ballet. She got a good part just like she wanted, but became upset when her couin Henry got a part and got more attention then her. She felt better though when the star of the ballet gave ger a flower. I think that this book is very good for both children and adults because you can learn a good lesson from it that you can be jelous, but it often doesn't pay to be.
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