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Tashi and the Dancing Shoes (Tashi #8)

3.89 of 5 stars 3.89  ·  rating details  ·  144 ratings  ·  6 reviews
There’s no stopping Tashi in his new adventure, where Tashi encounters magic shoes and confronts Uncle Tiki Pu’s sneaky plan at the Emperor’s court. Things are looking great again for Tashi until he visits the fortuneteller, Luk Ahed, who tells him that his 10th birthday will be his last. The next morning, Tashi prepares a lavish meal for the protector of long life and beg ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published June 1st 2002 by Allen & Unwin (first published 2002)
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All of a sudden, almost every second-grader I volunteer with has started reading these Tashi books. Since I'd never heard of them, I decided I needed to check one out for myself.

I picked #8, Tashi and the Dancing Shoes, because I was intrigued by the idea of dancing shoes. The book is a nice quick read for adults, and I can see why kids like the stories. They're sort of adventurous, fun, exciting to see what's going to happen, and you want the bad guy to get what's coming to him. The only downs
Tashi is a book series that I was a huge fan of during my childhood. It was good fun to reread and revisit the incredible world that Anna (and Barbara) Fienberg have created.
I'd highly recommend this series to anyone with young children, but you really need to start at the beginning to get the full impact and understanding of the stories.
I am glad I got to read Tashi and the dancing shoes because that book is awesome! I really like Tashi books.
Mikayla B
Very good book for 7-11 yrs and takes you on an amazing and breathtaking adventure.
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Anna Fienberg grew up in a house filled with books. Her mother was a teacher librarian who relished stories as much as chocolates. 'On Sunday mornings we'd all lie in bed with our books, lost in magical wardrobes, witches’ spells, genies’ magic… What we were going to read next was just as important in our family as what was for lunch!' says Anna.

Anna started writing stories when she was eight, but
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