Summer Dance

Summer Dance Author Nan Rossiter
ISBN-10 9781496705068
Release 2017-05-30
Pages 352
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nan Rossiter brings together characters from her acclaimed novel Nantucket in a powerful, heartwarming love story that bridges past and present. When Liam Tate was seven years old, his uncle Cooper opened his heart and his Nantucket home to him. In the intervening decades, Liam has found both love and loss on the island, and since learning of his son Levi’s existence, a new kind of happiness. Yet one piece of his family history remains elusive—the long-ago romance between his uncle and Sally Adams. Now Sally has a revelation that sets the whole town abuzz: She’s publishing a book about what happened during the summer when she and Cooper first met, painting a picture so vivid it feels like yesterday . . . In 1969, Winston Ellis Cooper III lands on Nantucket with only a duffel bag and a bottle of Jack Daniels. He finds a sparsely furnished beach cottage, about as far from Vietnam as he can get. But even here, Cooper can’t withdraw from the world entirely. Especially once his eyes meet Sally’s in the flickering lights of a summer dance. The effects of that fiery affair can still be felt decades later. And as the story unfolds, there are new lessons for all to learn about life’s triumphs and heartaches, and about loving enough to let go. Praise for the novels of Nan Rossiter “Nan Rossiter is at the peak of her storytelling abilities with Under a Summer Sky, which is told with the kind of compassion, grace, and wisdom that is nearly unrivaled in contemporary fiction.” – “Eloquent and surprising...I love this story of faith, love, and the lasting bonds of family.” –Ann Leary, author of The Good House, on The Gin & Chowder Club “A gripping story of three sisters, of love lost and found and a family’s journey from grief to triumph. A sure winner.” –Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author, on More Than You Know

Summer Dance

Summer Dance Author Lynn Swanson
ISBN-10 1463742169
Release 2011-10-21
Pages 260
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A Moonbeam Children's Book Awards winner. Suggested for readers ages 10 to 13. Sara is thirteen and in the northern Michigan woods at Lakewood Dance Camp where she is excited, scared, and challenged by class auditions, rehearsals, and performances of authentic ballets. She just HAS to win one of the three scholarships for the next summer so she can continue her training or there's no chance of returning. She is determined to be a REAL dancer in a REAL company some day. But how can she look good enough to win a scholarship when she has to learn new forms of dance, try to figure out what Madame is saying with her Russian accent, dance all day long, and stay out of trouble? Robin keeps getting in her way, messing up rehearsals, blaming her for a sprained foot, and for problems with the boys across the lake. Even her new friend Erin seems more interested in having fun sometimes than taking their classes and rehearsals seriously. When dancers from The San Francisco Ballet make a visit and perform for the young dancers, Sara is even more inspired. Taking a master class with Yuri from the company is awesome and watching them perform "Swan Lake" is so romantic. But it could all be ruined by not keeping up in class, by getting caught looking into a secret practice room in the basement of the dance studio, or being caught off-limits on the boys' side of the lake in the mysterious cabin in the woods. Sara wants more than anything to sing the Lakewood song on stage after the final performance with a scholarship in hand, but she has trouble even making up a dance for the student concert where the boys will be the audience. If that isn't problem enough, she is paired with Robin for the final dance performance and they just can't get it together. Instead of making everything worse, Sara needs to find a way to bring teamwork and success. A glossary of dance and theater terms is included, along with a "What Do You Think?" discussion section at the end of the book.

Summer Dance

Summer Dance Author Elizabeth Bernard
ISBN-10 0449145484
Release 1989
Pages 131
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Young women pursue their dreams of ballet careers, the glamour of satin, lace, and tulle costumes, and standing center stage to the sound of thunderous applause

Let s Dance

Let s Dance Author Peter Young
ISBN-10 9781554882113
Release 2002-09-25
Pages 232
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Let’s Dance: A Celebration of Ontario’s Dance Halls and Summer Dance Pavilions is a nostalgic musical journey, recapturing the unforgettable music of youth and lasting friendships, the days when the live mellow sounds of Big Bands wafted through the air – Louis Armstrong, the Dorsey Brothers, Bert Niosi, Art Hallman, Johnny Downs, Mart Kenney, Bobby Kinsman, Ronnie Hawkins ... Throughout the 1920s to the ’60s, numerous legendary entertainers drew thousands of people to such memorable venues as the Brant Inn in Burlington, Dunn’s Pavilion in Bala, the Stork Club at Port Stanley, to the Club Commodore in Belleville and the Top Hat Pavilion in North Bay – and the hundreds of other popular dance venues right across Ontario. From the days of jitney dancing through the introduction of jazz and the Big Bands era to the sounds of some of Ontario’s best rock groups, people of all ages came to dance and some to find romance on soft summer nights.

Summer Dance

Summer Dance Author Maeve Henry
ISBN-10 0749723777
Release 1995
Pages 157
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When fourteen year old Teresa, her mother and younger sister Helen, move to the other side of town after her father leaves home, they meet a twenty-one year old student, Velsford, who brings a world of caring and happiness into their lives

The Bennington School of the Dance

The Bennington School of the Dance Author Elizabeth McPherson
ISBN-10 9781476602950
Release 2013-05-31
Pages 340
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The story of this groundbreaking summer dance program is told through the voices of staff, faculty, and students. Administrative director Mary Josephine Shelly's previously unpublished writings form a key summary of eight of the nine summer sessions. The Bennington School of the Dance held classes from 1934 through 1942 at Bennington College in Vermont, with one summer spent at Mills College in California. Its effects were far-reaching in the development and dissemination of modern dance as an original American art form. The school produced unique choreographic works by teachers in residence: Martha Graham, Hanya Holm, Doris Humphrey, and Charles Weidman. Leading choreographers of the later 20th century such as Merce Cunningham, Anna Halprin, Jose Limon, Alwin Nikolais and Anna Sokolow participated at the school. The largest portion of students were high school and college level teachers who would spread modern dance across the country and abroad.


Summerdance Author Carclew Youth Performing Arts Centre (North Adelaide, S. Aust.)
ISBN-10 OCLC:223831016
Pages 49
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Summerdance has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Summerdance also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Summerdance book for free.

The Wedding Dance

The Wedding Dance Author SJ McCoy
Release 2014-05-25
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Missy Malone is about to marry Dan Benson. You are cordially invited to attend the wedding, in Las Vegas. As you might expect, these two will encounter a few bumps on the way to their big day. But this is Missy and Dan—you know they’ll overcome any obstacle in their path. Their friends will all be with them on their journey toward wedded bliss. The question is: which of them will be able to overcome some pretty major obstacles of their own? You’ll have to accept the invitation, and join the gang in Vegas to find out who else is getting married, who isn’t, and who’s expecting a baby! This book is intended for adult readers 18+ ************************* The Wedding Dance is NOT intended to be read as a stand alone novel. This book is for my lovely readers who have enjoyed Summer Lake books 1-7. It's a chance to join Missy and Dan for their wedding, and to visit with each of the couples from the first seven books in the series. If you haven't yet, you can get started for FREE with Love Like You've Never Been Hurt All the other books can be read as stand alone books – no cliff hangers here! Each book contains one couple's story. However, they are best read in order to get full enjoyment of the underlying story and friendships. Book 1: Love Like You've Never Been Hurt Emma and Jack Book 2: Work Like You Don't Need the Money Pete and Holly Book 3: Dance Like Nobody's Watching Missy and Dan Book 4: Fly Like You've Never Been Grounded Smoke and Laura Book 5: Laugh Like You've Never Cried Michael and Megan Book 6: Sing Like Nobody's Listening Kenzie and Chase Book 7: Smile Like You Mean It Gabe and Renée Book 8: The Wedding Dance - Missy and Dan's Wedding Book 9: Chasing Tomorrow - Ben's backstory with Charlotte

Welcome Back to Lakewood

Welcome Back to Lakewood Author Lynn Swanson
ISBN-10 1515160807
Release 2015-10-19
Pages 462
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Sara is back at Lakewood Dance Camp and is determined to win a summer scholarship to the New York City Ballet school. But Robin wants it, too! And things are different this year: there's a boys dance camp across the lake, new cabin mates, new teachers, and Erin isn't there. Sara is a dynamite competitor with a true passion for ballet, but that might not be enough to get her the scholarship. Everything seems to depend on performing a difficult Balanchine ballet in pointe shoes for the Student Concert. Patrick and Jackson from the boys' side complicate things, and she's stuck in a folk dance for final performance. Sara has to be a ballet standout and find a path to what she wants. Sometimes we get something different.

Winter and Summer Dance Series in Zu i in 1918 Classic Reprint

Winter and Summer Dance Series in Zu  i in 1918  Classic Reprint Author Elsie Clews Parsons
ISBN-10 1333563175
Release 2016-09-12
Pages 54
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Excerpt from Winter and Summer Dance Series in Zuni in 1918 A, Altar; 0, Medicine Bowl; am, Akwi mosi; MM, M akye mosi; C, Choir; ww, 2 wo'we; DD, Position of dancers. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

At the Summer Dance Hall

At the Summer Dance Hall Author Laura Williams
ISBN-10 OCLC:812452047
Release 2012
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At the Summer Dance Hall has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from At the Summer Dance Hall also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full At the Summer Dance Hall book for free.

The Ultimate Summer Dance Mix

The Ultimate Summer Dance Mix Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:656127547
Release 2004
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The Ultimate Summer Dance Mix has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Ultimate Summer Dance Mix also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Ultimate Summer Dance Mix book for free.

Cherokee Dance and Drama

Cherokee Dance and Drama Author Frank Gouldsmith Speck
ISBN-10 0806125802
Release 1993
Pages 112
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Traditionally, the Cherokees dance to ensure individual health and social welfare. According to legend, the dance songs bequeathed to them by the Stone Coat monster will assuage all the ills of life that the monster brought. Winter dance (including the Booger Dance, which expresses the Cherokees’ anxiety at the white invasion) are to be given only during times of frost, lest they affect the growth of vegetation by attracting cold and death. The summer dance (the Green Corn Ceremony and the Ballplayer’s Dance) are associated with crops and vegetation. Other dances are purely for social intercourse and entertainment or are prompted by specific events in the community. When it was first published in 1951, this description of the dances of a conservative Eastern Cherokee band was hailed as a scholarly contribution that could not be duplicated, Frank G. Speak and Leonard Broom had achieved the close and sustained interaction that very best ethnological fieldwork requires. Their principal informant, will West Long, upheld the unbroken ceremonial tradition of the Big Cove band, near Cherokee, North Carolina.

Ordinary Girl

Ordinary Girl Author Donna Summer
ISBN-10 UOM:39015059593031
Release 2003
Pages 255
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The popular singer-songwriter describes her journey from Boston choir girl to her rise to pop stardom at the center of the 1970s disco era, revealing the decadent lifestyle and turbulent spiritual odyssey that followed.

Dance Team

Dance Team Author Mary Kaye Coachman
ISBN-10 1404207317
Release 2006-07-01
Pages 64
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Presents the history of the dance team and describes the skills and attitude necessary to join a team and win at competitions.

Two Zuni Artists

Two Zuni Artists Author Keith Cunningham
ISBN-10 1578060621
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 96
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Zuni artists of today uphold the centuries-old tradition that art is integral to both their secular lives and to their sacred rituals. Too few books have given outsiders a grasp and understanding of this special feature of Zuni art. This one, bringing knowledge and insights gained in two decades of field research in New Mexico, attempts to enter the special world of the Zunis by focusing on two present-day artists--a potter and her son, who makes fetishes of carved stone. They create art in the age-old style, and as they describe their techniques and discuss their feelings about the pieces they make, they reveal the enduring relationship the Zuni Indians have nurtured in their art, their religion, and their values. An outsider's up-close encounter with this exceptional culture can stir up passions, debates, and mysteries. The author's exploration put him in a maelstrom of family and community disputes that exposed the sensitive nature of art to the Zunis. Only in the recent past did Zuni artisans begin adapting their ancestral designs and forms into new works sold to the public. Such art is designated as "contemporary traditional" to distinguish it from historical artifacts. These modern creations have brought new appreciators to primeval Zuni culture. This book places modern work within the context of Pueblo folk art from prehistoric times to the present. Vintage and contemporary photographs that are included show Zuni art and life as it developed. Readers are introduced here to ancient designs and techniques of making pottery and fetishes and to contemporary potters and fetish carvers who preserve the old ways today. Those who admire and collect Native American art will welcome this book, not only because it is one of the few available studies devoted entirely to the subject of Zuni art but also because it is an unusual and absorbing story of the intertwining of art, religion, and the community. Keith Cunningham, a professor of English and folklore at Northern Arizona University, is the author of The Oral Tradition of the American West and American Indians' Kitchen-Table Stories.

Water Dance

Water Dance Author Thomas Locker
ISBN-10 9780547546414
Release 2015-01-20
Pages 32
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From a gentle mountain pond to a raging waterfall or from a silent ocean mist to a sparkling rainbow, dramatic text and paintings give water voice and substance in this tribute to water in all its glorious forms. Inspiring and informative, Water Dance is a poetic introduction to one of nature’s most basic elements. Scientific facts about water and its role in our lives are included. “Thirteen lushly romantic oil paintings, accompanied by spare, poetic text, offer viewers a sensuous introduction to the water cycle.”--The Bulletin