Free Download [Ebooks Book] ✓ The Little Dancer - by Lorna Hill Anne Grahame Johnstone º

By Lorna Hill Anne Grahame Johnstone | Comments: ( 750 ) | Date: ( Dec 08, 2019 )

It isn t easy to be a dancer, even an ordinary member of a corps de ballet, let alone the principal dancer of a ballet company This is Annette Dancy s ambition, and even after she gets her foot on the bottom rung of the ladder of success, she still has many obstacles to surmount.When a dancer is offered a film contract, the question always arises should she accept it WIt isn t easy to be a dancer, even an ordinary member of a corps de ballet, let alone the principal dancer of a ballet company This is Annette Dancy s ambition, and even after she gets her foot on the bottom rung of the ladder of success, she still has many obstacles to surmount.When a dancer is offered a film contract, the question always arises should she accept it Will it interfere with her career Now Annette has to solve this problem for herself no one else can do it for her Does she care most about a film career, or her career as a dancer Age 10 from back cover of book


  • Title: The Little Dancer
  • Author: Lorna Hill Anne Grahame Johnstone
  • ISBN: 9780861638406
  • Page: 102
  • Format: None

About Author:

Lorna Hill Anne Grahame Johnstone

Hill attended school in Durham and then went to Le Manoir in Lausanne, on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland She obtained a BA at Durham University, and there met her husband, a clergyman They moved to the remote parish of Matfen, Northumberland, where she played the organ in church and ran a Sunday school.Hill s career as an author began when her daughter Vicki, then about ten years old, found a story her mother had written as a child and asked for about its characters The result was a series of eight books about Marjorie Co, illustrating them herself These began to be published in London in 1948 They were followed by the Patience series and several others.When Vicki left home to be a ballet student at Sadler s Wells in London, Hill missed her and began to write her Dream of Sadler s Wells series She eventually wrote a total of 40 children s books, as well as La Sylphide, a commissioned biography of the dancer Marie Taglioni, and two romances for adults, published in 1978 Hill was then obliged to stop writing by ill health She is said to have been firm with publishers and to have earned from her books than many of her contemporaries Translations of some titles into several other languages appeared, including less usual ones such as Finnish by Pirkko Bistr m, 1991 , Indonesian 1994 , Czech 1995 and Slovenian by Bernarda Petelin ek, 1996.More information at.



Comments The Little Dancer

  • Louise Culmer

    This one is a bit disappointing compared to the first two. The story is not nearly as interesting, mainly about the making of a film. Annette is becoming a bit too good to be true, attaining fame and fortune rather too easily. And Sheena, who in the first two books is a stirrer up of trouble, is in this one quite subdued and a bit pathetic. Not as much fun as I had expected.


  • Heather

    A good mix of story in Scotland and London. Sheena is slightly more human in this one.


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