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Dance Like a Pirate

Author:   Owen Reeder, Stephanie
Publisher:   National Library of Australia
Edition:   1st Edition
ISBN:  

9780642277794


Pages:   32
Publication Date:   01 September 2013
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It’s time to get active! Who wants to dance like a pirate, tiptoe like a fairy, run like a firefighter or pose like a superhero? And who could resist creeping like a witch, leaping like a ballet dancer, marching like a sailor or stomping like a dragon?

Colourful paintings of children dressed up as everything from clowns and rabbits to rock stars and royalty adorn the pages of the lift-the-flap picture-book Dance Like a Pirate. Rhythmical, interactive verses encourage children to join in the action and the role play, as they exercise both their bodies and their imaginations. And labelled pictures at the end of the book identify the 30 different parts of the body featured in the text.

Sharing Dance Like a Pirate––the companion book to the internationally acclaimed I’ve Got a Feeling!––is the perfect way to encourage young children to identify parts of the body, get active and have heaps of fun!

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Author:   Owen Reeder, Stephanie
Publisher:   National Library of Australia
Edition:   1st Edition
ISBN:  

9780642277794


Pages:   32
Publication Date:   01 September 2013
Bind Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In stock   Availability explained
This item is in stock and will be dispatched immediately.

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It's time to get active! Who wants to dance like a pirate, tiptoe like a fairy, run like a firefighter or pose like a superhero? And who could resist creeping like a witch, leaping like a ballet dancer, marching like a sailor or stomping like a dragon?

This book is about different boys and girls doing different movements with their body. Like jigging across the deck like a pirate and leaping about like a ballerina.

The part I liked best was the mermaid part because I like mermaids and I like to sway like a mermaid.

I think the age range for this book is 5,6 and 7.

I give it a 10/10.


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