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Since then, it's probably become the best 50p I've ever spent. It quickly became one of my favorite books as a child, and even now when I look at it, I get a huge sense of nostalgia.
If you're thinking of getting this for your kid, I recommend it; though it has a female protagonist there are many equallyimportant male characters, so gender typing isn't an issue as it is in other books from its time. The story successfully pulls off a small group of main characters by making them individual enough for a child to differentiate between. Also, I read it before reading the first book or any of the others by this author, and I understood it perfectly; the events of the previous book are written about in the beginning, but then not really referenced afterward so it's easy to pick up immediately without having to read the first, in case you're worried that you can't get the full series.
Furthermore, it's not as girly as you'd imagine with several tomboyish characters, male friendships, and good oldfashioned 'Famous Five'esque adventures.
Basically, as a kid, I totally fell in love with this book, and I definitely recommend it if you're thinking of bringing some oldschool children's literature to your child's shelvesor even if you're just feeling young again yourself!
This is the story of what happens when the Marina Ballet School moves temporarily to Dorset, to get away from the heat of London and the noise of building work. Laura and her friends prepare for their endofyear exams, including creating a short ballet as their free dancing.
It's not really very thrilling as plots go, although there are a few exciting moments, and the characterisation isn't brilliant, though it's not bad. But it's wellwritten, it moves at a good pace, and for some reason it's quite a pageturner.