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Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band
by Kwame Alexander
Acoustic Rooster forms a jazz band with Duck Ellington, Bee Holliday, and Pepe Ernesto Cruz to compete in the annual Barnyard Talent Show against such greats as Thelonius Steer, Mules Davis, and Ella Finchgerald. Includes glossary, notes on the characters and songs, and jazz timeline.
Boogie Monster
by Josie Bissett
Loveable Boogie Monster has just flown in from outer space. His mission is to bring out the best in every child he meets. How? By inspiring them to dance, laugh, express themselves and get moving! -- Publisher.
Dancing Feet!
by Lindsey Craig
Easy-to-read, rhyming text depicts diffent animals dancing.
Duck Sock Hop
by Jane Kohuth
Ducks dance their socks off at their weekly sock-hop.
Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet
by Jane O'Connor
Nancy makes the best of not dancing the lead in her ballet school's Deep Sea Dances show, but becomes jealous when her best friend gets a better role than hers.
Giraffes Can't Dance
by Giles Andreae
Gerald the giraffe is too clumsy to dance with all the other animals at the Jungle Dance, until he finds the right music.
I Love to Dance
by Anna Walker
A zebra named Ollie celebrates his love of dancing, from stomping down the path and wriggling after a bath to rolling, jumping, and flipping.
Jammy Dance
by Rebecca Janni
A brother and sister's struggle to delay bedtime is transformed into a playful dance with their parents.
Pest In Show
by Victoria Jamieson
Ladybug's efforts to put on a show for her family and friends may be ruined if her little brother, Fly, gets in on the act--or maybe not.
Sing
by Joe Raposo
An illustrated presentation of the classic Sesame Street song about self-expression and the celebration of music.
So You Want To Be a Rock Star
by Audrey Vernick
Presents advice for budding rock stars, including how to strum an air guitar, how to sneer, and how to sign autographs.
The All-American Jump and Jive Jig
by M.P. Hueston
All across the country children are jumping and jiving to their own unique dances, be it the Rockland Sock Hop from Maine, the Lubbock Line Dance from Texas, or the Hilo Hula from Hawaii.
Wiggle
by Doreen Cronin
Rhyming text describes the many ways to wiggle.
Updated 08/01/2013
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