From the Back Cover
Mia is not sure how she feels when Sara, the new girl in Miss Bird’s dance class, puts her own twist on each move. Mia and her friends quickly learn that there is multiple way to dance . . . embracing individuality can add flair to even the smallest steps.
A heartwarming story for beginning readers taking a look to find their own unique dance moves.
About the Author
Illustrators Olga and Aleksey Ivanov received their classical artistic training in Moscow, Russia, before immigrating to the US in 2002. Among their many books for children are the Charlotte’s Web I Can Read Books. They live in Denver, Colorado.
Ballerina kitten Mia is back in a seventh I Can Read Book by Robin Farley. Adorable full-color illustrations by Olga and Aleksey Ivanov and a dance dictionary add to the fun.In Mia and the Girl with a Twirl, Mia and her friend Ruby are excited to welcome a new girl—Sara—to Miss Bird’s dance class. They are trying to teach her exactly how to do their dance. But Sara doesn’t do it right. She adds a new twist to each step!By watching Sara dance, Mia and her classmates sooner or later learn that individuality is a superb thing.Mia and the Girl with a Twirl is a My First I Can Read book, which means that it’s perfect for reading aloud to a child.