By Tedd Arnold, Joe Berger, Sophie Blackall, Henry Cole, Frank Morrison
From the dinner desk to the doctor's place of work, from the playground to the pool, this irreverent booklet may help young children navigate any social state of affairs with utmost grace.
summary: From the dinner desk to the doctor's workplace, from the playground to the pool, this irreverent booklet can assist childrens navigate any social situation with utmost grace
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I sang it. She played a scale. I sang every note. I beamed. I'd always wished I could sing. I sang the scale again, louder. Perfect! "That's enough, young lady. " An hour later Dancing Mistress told me to step lightly. My partner was Julia, the tall maiden who had teased Areida the night before. I pressed on her arms, using her to support my weight so I could step lightly. " She pulled away. I fell. I heard giggles. Dancing Mistress took Julia's place. I couldn't lean on her. I pretended my feet were balloons.
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