[Suzanne Pointe and the Brave Dancers] EBOOK READ
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Weiland because there also the text was uiet and unassuming but the emotions were strong because there also the text was uiet and unassuming but the emotions were strong honest and real If ou re interested in the arts or in World War II or in peopleI recommend this beautiful story It isn t just about World War II or any specific war so much as it is about life and what makes life hard and what makes life worth fighting for 5 stars definitel. 2 War Child of warchildorg; for July2012 Freedom Fields USA of ffusaorg; for August2012 Medecins Sans Frontieres of msforg; for September2012 Heifer International of heiferorg; for October2012 The Halo Trust of halotrustorg; for November2012 Hand in Paw of handinpaworg; for December2012 War Child of warchildorg; for Freedom Fields USA of ffusaorg; for MSF of msforg; for Mar21013 HI of heiferorg; for Apr21013 THT of halotrustorg; for May2013 WC of warchildorg; for Je21013 FFUSA of ffusaorg; for Ju2013 MSF of msforg; for Aug2013 HI of heiferorg; for Sept2013 THT of halotrustorg; for Oct2013 WC of warchildorg; for Nov2013 FFUSA of ffusaorg; for Dec2013 MSF of msforg; for Jan2014 HI of heiferorg. ,
This book is short and simple A person
might think judging by the superficial appearance that think judging the superficial appearance that story was light
and childish this is no Angelina Ballerina This simple story is one of the childish But this is no Angelina Ballerina This simple story is one of the touching things I ve ever read I felt like crying at the end and that s not usual with me When ou compare this book to so many of the other books out there the contrast is very thought provoki. Suzanne Pointe though she dances beautifully looks nothing like the other ballerinas and is not invited to join the Town Ballet Saddened Suzanne runs away “I will never dance again” Suzanne decides But later that day a tragedy strikes Suzanne’s hometown Everyone Suzanne knows is suddenly prevented from dancing again or painting again or even singing again Suzanne reunites with her grandmother Nana Together they make plans to escape They awake the next morning however stranded and in danger their village come apart What follows is a story of art and of a community bound together in art to survive Suzanne Pointe and the Brave Dancers is dedicated to the memory of impresario and founder of Ballet Russes de Ng Most books pretend to contain powerful emotions and sensitive analysis of people but these books are invariably noisy and overblown In fact the louder the author is about passions and emotional break downs the shallower and colder the actual book usually is But this bookIt s different It is so simple so uiet so understated And et the feelings in this work are real It reminds me of The. Onte Carlo Mr René Blum 1878 – 1943 who died at Auschwitz Ten percent of the author’s proceeds will be given to a charitable organization varying monthly relevant to the themes contained in this story The organizations by month are for August2011 War Child of warchildorg; for September2011 Freedom Fields USA of ffusaorg; for October2011 Medecins Sans Frontieres of msforg; for November2011 Heifer International of heiferorg; for December2011 Hand in Paw of handinpaworg; for January2012 War Child of warchildorg; for February2012 Freedom Fields USA of ffusaorg; for March2012 Sans Frontieres of msforg; for April2012 Heifer International heiferorg; for May2012 Hand in Paw of handinpaworg; for June201.