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Bad Day for Ballet (Nancy Drew: Notebooks #4)

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Nancy has just two days to help her friend and save the ballet!

Nancy and her friends are practicing for the big ballet recital. They're so excited, and nervous too. Especially Bess, who can't seem to learn the steps. But then the special music goes missing and the recital might be canceled. Everyone blames Bess and Nancy must take the case!
ebook, 80 pages
Published June 19th 2012 by Aladdin (first published 1995)
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Prashansa
Okay fine!!! Won't dare to read any such thing again and punish myself.
Megan
This book is funny, I love ballet I used to take ballet but I don't any more, I want to start it up again thought
Brylee Ure
I think it is really good! You don't think who is the suspect in tell the end.
Dwayne Keller
Nice story for young readers, well written.
Rika
It was OK. Very classical.
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