Book Launched: The Little Girl Who Forgot How To Dance
My children's book The Little Girl Who Forgot How To Dance is now on sale. Illustrated beautifully by fellow folk singer Tracey Curtis.The Little Girl Who Forgot How To Dance
Nemira loves to dance - but her dreams are shattered and now she has forgotten how. Will she ever dance again - and will she discover what dancing is really for?
"5 Stars. The theme of ‘following your dreams and being true to yourself,’ was well done. In fact, the author did an excellent job in pulling together many different aspects, art, rhythm, theme and vocabulary, to make this an enjoyable read. I would definitely recommend this for children or for parents to read to their children, both girls and boys." - GoodReads
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