Born to Dance

Publisher: HarperCollins Children’s Books

Review

Maddy was born to dance. As the youngest daughter of a famous ballerina and a world-renowned choreographer, she has been training since the age of four. When a new girl, Caitlyn, starts at her school, Maddy knows right away that the girl is a dancer - she can tell by the way she walks and holds herself. But every time she tries to talk to her about it, Caitlyn brushes her off. Determined to figure out what is going on, Maddy begins to investigate...

This sweet story, told from Maddy's point of view, is mysterious, exciting and highly enjoyable. The brash, loud, spontaneous protagonist may not be the most subtle when going after things she wants, but her heart is always in the right place. A fabulous read for dance aficionados.

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