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eBook Angelina Ice Skates (Angelina Ballerina) ePub

by Katharine Holabird

  • ISBN: 0517596199
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Katharine Holabird
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clarkson Potter (November 23, 1993)
  • Pages: 1
  • ePub book: 1635 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1786 kb
  • Other: mobi azw docx lit
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 386

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Katharine Holabird’s first Angelina Ballerina book was published in 1983. After graduating from the Francis Parker School in Chicago, Katharine attended Bennington College in Vermont.

Katharine Holabird’s first Angelina Ballerina book was published in 1983. You don't really need all of the ballerina mishigas to like Angelina. That was a great way to start the series, but as time went by Angelina moved in a lot of directions. In this volume Angelina has to take Henry with her to the fair and she isn't happy about it and does a poor job of babysitting.

Angelina Ice Skates book . Angelina Ice Skates is another adventure filled book by Katharine Holabird. In this story, Angelina and her friends are practicing for the big New Year's Eve ice show, but can't seem to get any work done because of the silly boys always interrupting them. Holabird wrote the first draft of Angelina Ballerina at the kitchen table with her daughters dancing around her. In fact, the Angelina books were originally about a girl, but then Craig drew a mouse, and Holabird loved it.

Angelina is busy preparing for the Ice Dance with her friends Alice, Flora, and Felicity. Cousin Henry tries to help too, but nothing goes right. Angelina and friends ring in the New Year with great style! By Thriftbooks. com User, April 25, 2009. In "Angelina Ice Skates", Angelina uses her creativity to rope in two mischievous mice, Spike and Sammy to participate in the New Year's Eve Ice Dance pageant. The illustrations by Helen Craig are beautiful and charming as always and enhance the story.

Angelina Ballerina book. Written by Katharine Holabird and illustrated by Helen Craig. More Books From These Creatives. A little mouse named Angelina becomes the famous ballerina Mademoiselle Angelina after much practice at Miss Lilly's Ballet School. Published by Penguin Young Readers Group.

Angelina's Christmas" by Katharine Holabird, illustrated by Helen Craig. Angelina Dances in her Dreams. Heartwarming stories of the season that children and adults will love. 20 Magical Children's Christmas Books To Read Aloud.

by. Holabird, Katharine; Craig, Helen.

Items related to Angelina Ice Skates (Angelina Ballerina). Katharine Holabird’s first Angelina Ballerina book was published in 1983. Katharine Holabird Angelina Ice Skates (Angelina Ballerina). ISBN 13: 9780142406588. Angelina Ice Skates (Angelina Ballerina). ISBN 10: 0142406589 ISBN 13: 9780142406588.

Angelina Ballerina" - the much loved story by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig. Angelina is a pretty little mouse who wants more than anything else to become a ballerina

Angelina Ballerina" - the much loved story by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig. Angelina is a pretty little mouse who wants more than anything else to become a ballerina. She dances all the time - even when she's supposed to be doing chores or getting. She dances all the time - even when she's supposed to be doing chores or getting ready for school. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Mouseling, are in despair - but then they think of a plan.

Angelina Ballerina is a children's book series by author Katharine Holabird and illustrator Helen Craig about a fictional mouse (full name Angelina Jeanette Mouseling) who is training to become a ballerina. The first book in the series was published in 1983, and since then there have been over twenty books in the series. The series is set in Chipping Cheddar, a place similar to 1920s London.

Illus. in full color. To keep a couple of bullies from ruining their New Year's ice skating ballet, Angelina and her friends invite them to become part of the event. Working together, they create a celebration that is a tremendous success.  

Comments

Yannara Yannara
You don't really need all of the ballerina mishigas to like Angelina. That was a great way to start the series, but as time went by Angelina moved in a lot of directions.

In this volume Angelina has to take Henry with her to the fair and she isn't happy about it and does a poor job of babysitting. All turns out well in the end after some tense moments.

This is our favorite Angelina story, maybe because she seems most like a real young girl in this one. As always, the touchstone of the tale is kindness, gentleness and patience. But not in a heavy handed way.

If you are new to Angelina this is a fine start. If you have a few Angelinas, this is a nice one to add to your collection.
Grari Grari
I dislike the portion of the story where the boys skate through and mess things up for their ice play and it is chalked up to boys being boys and just their way of saying they want to participate.
Bladecliff Bladecliff
My daughter grew up on the Angelina books and now I'm able to share them with my granddaughter. They are enchanting and bring a message of life and love as we grow up. I love that they are beautifully illustrated as well.
Quendant Quendant
Great old-school Angelina book.
The moral was a bit pushed...be nice to your little cousin.
And personally, in our house we aren't allowed to say we "hate" someone because it's freaking mean to say that! So I always have to skip over that part in here...
Dagdalas Dagdalas
It was marketed as in very good condition and it would be generous to say it was in poor condition—the cover was ripped, the front and back inside covers had at least 10 dime-sized stains and every page had sticky stuff that stuck each page together
GAMER GAMER
Gift for my great niece. She's not old enough to read (2) but I think she enjoyed listening to the story.
Ynneig Ynneig
My daughters favorite books growing up. Especially love the illustrations, sweet story.
I love this book from my own childhood and have very much enjoyed sharing it with my little princess. It is a lovely story and has a wonderful message about making the best of any situation, now matter what role you play. My daughter is a dance lover and it is the one thing that she isn't reserved doing. To be able to help teach her life lessons using dance as a platform is invaluable.

We love Angelina in our house and I can't wait to continue to acquire the books.