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by Gillian Johnson,Linda Maybarduk

eBook James the Dancing Dog download ISBN: 0887766196
Author: Gillian Johnson,Linda Maybarduk
Publisher: Tundra Books (October 12, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1682 kb
Fb2: 1903 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Arts Music and Photography

James the Dancing Dog has been added to your Cart. 3. Maybarduk, who danced with the National Ballet of Canada, builds a story around a real dog that came to the studio daily and befriended the company. James the dog works hard, practicing plies and jumps in class.

James the Dancing Dog has been added to your Cart. He longs to dance on stage, though "his dancer's soul stayed wrapped in a beagley body. When an elegant wolfhound is chosen as the dog in the hunting scene of Giselle, James aches with disappointment, but on opening night, the wolfhound's stage fright paves the way to James' triumph.

James the beagle was a real dog. His master and mistress worked with the . James the Dancing Dog. Автор. His master and mistress worked with the National Ballet of Canada, and between 1961 and 1972 he went with them to the studio, the rehearsal hall, and the theater where the dancers performed. Perhaps this is what James dreamed about when he lay quietly on the floor, his eyes fastened on the twirling dancers. From puppyhood James wanted to dance. Now, he certainly helped the dancers. He practiced their lifts with them. Gillian Johnson lives with her husband, writer Nicholas Shakespeare, and their sons in Tasmania and England.

By Linda Maybarduk Illustrated by Gillian Johnson. James the beagle was a real dog. By Linda Maybarduk Illustrated by Gillian Johnson. Category: Children’s Picture Books.

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Linda Maybarduk; Gillian Johnson. James, a "beagley" dog, grows up dreaming of joining his human parents in the ballet company, and when the regal and elegant wolfhound who is to play the hunting dog in Giselle gets stagefright, James is waiting in the wings. Tell us if something is incorrect.

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James the beagle was a real dog. His master and mistress worked with the National Ballet of Canada, and between 1961 and 1972 he went with them to the studio, the rehearsal hall, and the theater where the dancers performed. Perhaps this is what James dreamed about when he lay quietly on the floor, his eyes fastened on the twirling dancers.From puppyhood James wanted to dance. Now, he certainly helped the dancers. He practiced their lifts with them. He helped them keep their figures trim by sharing their lunches. He allowed himself to be patted as a good luck talisman before the dancers went on stage. But this was not enough for James. In his heart he longed to be a dancer himself, to soar across the stage, the spotlight on him. One day the notice is posted that the company is to perform Giselle. The ballet includes a meaty role for a hunting dog, and James is sure that his moment has come. But the role goes instead to a long-legged wolfhound. James is left out in the cold. That is, until the wolfhound gets stage fright.