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Turning Pointe

(Dance #5)

3.97  ·  Rating details ·  30 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Freshman year at New York Company Ballet brings back the Tutu Much gang as Lori, Meaghan, Zel and Paige struggle to balance friendships, ballet and…boys. Introducing Yasmin, a tough cookie with killer technique and attitude to match and Yuri a foreign exchange student whose lack of passion might end her career before it starts. “You can choose greatness or mediocrity. Eith ...more
Kindle Edition, 1st, 120 pages
Published January 3rd 2012 by Lechner Syndications
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Jackie Krasuski
Jan 03, 2013 rated it liked it
This is definitely a book aimed for a younger generation of dancers than myself, but with its beautifully designed cover, I couldn't resist! The tone is perfect for the age range, but the sections are so short it was often difficult to get into one situation before you are pulled out and placed into another. Also, the Kindle version of this book that I downloaded for free was not at all proofread! There is a serious quality issue with that. I am often purchasing performance-related books to keep ...more
Feb 10, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: ya, recommended-to-me
Out of this series, I have only read the first book in the series "Tutu Much" and this one but I really need to go back and read the three in between. I enjoyed this book of the series just as much as I did the first one as an adult reading a series geared towards teen girls. I like how easy they are to read and how quick you can read through them. I would love to see the author write a series geared towards adults as well because I love her character development. Just like the first book of the ...more
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Airin Emery has written seven books in the Dance Series, by Lechner Syndications.

After a professional dance career that included everything from Fosse to Cirque du Soliel she has changed gears and now focuses her artistry on choreography and writing. She maintains co-ownership of a dance studio in the Midwest, adjudicates for competitions & festivals and currently lives in Malibu with her hus

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