Summer Dance

Summer Dance A Moonbeam Book Awards Silver Medal Winner Lakewood Dance Camp in the year of Sara s thirteenth summer A lake a cabin a dance studio a theater costumes a boys camp across the lake What could go w

  • Title: Summer Dance
  • Author: Lynn Swanson
  • ISBN: 9781463742164
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Moonbeam Book Awards Silver Medal Winner Lakewood Dance Camp in the year of Sara s thirteenth summer A lake, a cabin, a dance studio, a theater, costumes, a boys camp across the lake What could go wrong A tough Russian ballet teacher, learning modern dance, the boys across the lake, trying to win one of the three scholarships to return next summer, and ROBIN

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      Published :2021-01-19T11:33:02+00:00

    About "Lynn Swanson"

    1. Lynn Swanson

      A writer, dancer dance educator, Lynn holds a BFA in dance from the University of Michigan and a MA in English Creative Writing from Michigan State University She is a published, prize winning author of poetry and fiction for adults and children.

    661 thoughts on “Summer Dance”

    1. The author's dance background serves her well in this story of an aspiring ballerine at her first dance camp. This is a fun read, particularly for those interested in dance. Tweens and teens alike will enjoy this.


    2. Lynn Swanson has written a wonderful coming of age story about a young girl attending a prestigious dance camp one summer in "Summer Dance." Coming from a broken home with a deadbeat Dad, her Mom has given Sara a special treat of attending camp this year, but unless she wins a scholarship for the next summer, it will be a one time treat for the financially strapped family.Sara shares a cabin with a diverse group of girls, all struggling with teenage angst of competition, boys, and dawning maturi [...]


    3. love this book <3 I re-read it periodically but I first read it when I was 12 and hadn't found my 'reading genre' yet




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