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Dancing Queen (Go Girl!)

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  163 ratings  ·  14 reviews

Get Into the Groove! Charlie is buzzing! She’s just had her first ever modern dance class! It’s so much better than stuffy old ballet—except that the trendy girls totally tease her make fun of her outfits. But none of that seems to matter once the music plays and Charlie starts to dance…

Paperback, 96 pages
Published May 27th 2008 by Feiwel & Friends (first published 2006)
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Maria Kaye
I remember reading these books in primary school, all the girls in my grade would rush into the school library to call dibs on these books HAHAHA oh good times.
Reetta Saine
Ujous, uuden harrastuksen aloittaminen, ulkopuolisuuden tunteet, ystävyyden helppous ja mutkikkuus, oikeat vaatteet...

Pieniä ongelmia, joista tulee iso vyyhti. Turvallisen lapsenmakuisesti käsitelty tarina, joka nousi siivilleen kuvatessaan tanssimisen ja liikunnan iloa, onnistumista ja rakkautta omaan tekemiseen. Tuli hyvä mieli jo lukiessa :).
Oct 28, 2008 Samantha rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: young girls who enjoy Junie B. and that sort of book
Another Go Girl! book, this one focuses on dancing and having confidence in yourself. Another silly, slightly fluffy book that I enjoyed. Plus, it has glitter on the cover.

(I can read one of these Go Girl! books in 15-30 minutes. They are definitely early chapter books.)
Nov 16, 2010 Katie added it
The Dancing Queen is a really funny book and personally I'm scared of going up on stage to so I don't blame her.I would recommend this book to people that aren't very confident at reading but are still good at it.
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I read it with my 6 year old, who really loved the story. It has a nice little ending with a message all about being yourself.
this book is very easy and short but still a good read for when you are bored!!!
i reasd this book all in one night beacause it sio short but it a good story
Jul 27, 2011 Natalie marked it as to-read
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An awesome book that should be all around the world.
It is a great story about friendship.
Gillian Wiggles
Loved it read it a zillion times
I really liked this Go Girl book!
i love the book go girl dacing oueen
this book is great!!
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