A Dancer’s Tale: A Book Review

Happy World Book Day!

I thought it fitting to do a review today. It's been a while since I last posted a children's book review so here is one.

A Dancer's Tale follows the story of Phyllis Spira, a South African prima ballerina.(I didn't know who she was, this book was my first time coming across her name). It takes us from her love of dance at a young age to the peak of her career and her endeavours after. There were a lot of things I discovered and loved about this lady in this book. This is a great book for 3 to 6 year olds.

Things I loved about the book:

1. It RHYMES! Loved the readability the writer did great. Its easy to read to little ones.
2. I loved how simple everything was made. It has enough information to help your little one grasp and understand Phyllis but is not overwhelming to little minds.
3. The illustrations weren't my cup of tea but my Nunu seems to like them.
4. The story was engaging

What do you think my next children’s book review should be?


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