[Read] ➫ Tutu Much Author Airin Emery – Livre-game-of-thrones.co

Tutu Much summary Tutu Much, series Tutu Much, book Tutu Much, pdf Tutu Much, Tutu Much bdb433ec29 I Started Tapping Because I Couldn T Stop Because Once I Started It Just Took Over All Of My Body You Have To Tap Because You Want To, Not Because It S Some Competition Or You Re Trying To Prove A Point, But Because You Love Tap And The Music Moves You Tappers Come In All Shapes And Sizes And Every Single One Is Different In Their Own Way That S One Of The Things I Love Most About Tap Join Sabine, Straight Off The Competition Circuit Who Is Struggling To Get Free Of Her Controlling Stage Mom Zel Who Spent An Entire Year At Ballet School To Earn Her Chance To Tap Anne, Our Plus Size Shuffler Out To Prove Once And For All That In Dance Size Doesn T Matter And Kristen, The Spoiled Brat Who Unfortunately Dances Like Ginger Rogers, As The Studio Kids Meet The Twin Street Dancers, Jocelyn And James Who Are Tapping On Scholarship And Breaking All The Rules To Be The Best At A Tap Intensive That Battles Their Freestyle And Breaks Down Their Barriers.


10 thoughts on “Tutu Much

  1. says:

    Tutu Much is a great read for adults and teen girls alike Airin Emery did a great job of bringing the characters to life in this book and it reminded me so much of my cousin and the girls that she dances with When I was in middle school there weren t just a ton of books that were geared towards teenage girls and the struggles they go through so it s refreshing to see an author taking on such a big topic The book was well written and easy to read and the characters were relatable I actually a Tutu Much is a great read for adults and teen girls alike Airin Emery did a great job of bringing the characters to life in this book and it reminded me so much of my cousin and the girls that she dances with When I was in middle school there weren t just a ton of books that were geared towards teenage girls and the struggles they go through so it s refreshing to see an author taking on such a big topic The book was well written and easy to read and the characters were relatable I actually am looking forward to reading the next book in the series


  2. says:

    What a weird book I mean it s not good Trying to fit five different main characters, each with a mini plot arc, into 120 pages was always going to be a dicey proposition It s pretty much impossible to tell the characters apart, not one of the storylines is fleshed out, and small errors are rampant The adults are a peculiar combination of straight up damaging e.g., a nutritionist telling a girl that it s great that she s severely underweight and not believable definitely unprofessional an What a weird book I mean it s not good Trying to fit five different main characters, each with a mini plot arc, into 120 pages was always going to be a dicey proposition It s pretty much impossible to tell the characters apart, not one of the storylines is fleshed out, and small errors are rampant The adults are a peculiar combination of straight up damaging e.g., a nutritionist telling a girl that it s great that she s severely underweight and not believable definitely unprofessional an instructor at the Most Prestigious Ballet Intensive Ever writing on her notepad that a girl is perfect another instructor saying New girl isn t too shabby 72 Oh, and don t get me started on the almond shaped Lucy Lui sic eyes 25.But that s not the weird part The weird part is this Classical music plays A large bedroom suite is in impeccable condition The walls are white but decorated with original paintings of ballerinas In the center of one wall is an original Degas housed in a gold frame Wood flooring covers one side of the room A barre is affixed to a mirrored wall Paige Ling, a beautiful slim mixed Japanese Caucasian girl of fourteen years stands with one hand on the barre and the other in high fifth Her right leg extends in second, mere inches from her head She taps the barre lightly with her left hand to check her balance. 23 Over and over we see this sort of thing description that reads not as scene in a novel but as action in a screenplay The book is written in the third person, present tense, with almost no interior action it s not that it s all tell and no show, but we almost never see how the characters think and feel We re seeing everything from a distance, through a camera lens Gisela steps up to the center of the next group She takes off, fiery She hits every plie and tendu perfectly She is, however emotionless and obviously uninterested with the combination. 8 She smirks and then casually removes a hair tie to release her tight bun Her long, dark locks fall and she looks like a young Selma sic Hayek The man across from her suddenly smiles She frowns and looks at her cell phone The time on it reads 3 38. 9 She begins to vomit The sound is disgusting and she continues over and over again Finally, she emerges from the restroom and looks back in the mirror at herself She steps down and walks back into the toilet section The vomiting continues. 28 It s justreally odd I would wonder if it were an intentional choice, but the technique isn t really sufficient to make me think so A puzzle


  3. says:

    Very enjoyable YA book about ballet I d probably only recommend this to other people, like myself, who are really into YA ballet dance fiction Definitely not reinventing the wheel, but it s a solid story that s genuinely entertaining The multiple points of view are done fairly well.


  4. says:

    Not exactly what I was expecting Several of the girls think they are fat and one has bulimia It was a bit depressing in those parts but still a pretty good book Keep in mind that I love happy books and hate sadness in booksthan almost anything, so I may be exaggerating by your standards.


  5. says:

    I like dance books, but this one was clearly aimed at the younger end of the YA spectrum I felt like it had promise but didn t quite deliver It might have helped to have fewer characters to follow I spent a lot of time trying to remember which girl was which as the story jumped around Anyway, I m glad I read it, but I doubt I ll follow up with the rest of the Dance Series.


  6. says:

    Why do authors think that they have to people YA dance books with annoying, bratty, one dimensional nonentities


  7. says:

    It s like pony club books for dancing


  8. says:

    Great read for any dancer especially the tween demographic Shows another side to dance and instills a sense of empowerment I enjoyed all the books in this series.


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