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Lost Dorothy

Author: Madeleine West; Joanie Stone
Publisher: Richmond, Victoria : Hardie Grant Egmont, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Fancy Nancy meets Stage School in this adorable illustrated junior fiction series, starring Lily D! Lily D is a jump-off-the-page character who is full of beans - which is good news because she is very busy! She does ballet on Mondays, tap on Tuesdays, acrobatics on Wednesdays, singing on Thursdays, and drama on Fridays. Drama is her favourite! It's Lily's dream is to become a performance artiste when she grows up.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Madeleine West; Joanie Stone
ISBN: 9781743585948 1743585942
OCLC Number: 1037273542
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations.
Responsibility: Madeleine West ; illustrations by Joanie Stone.

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Fancy Nancy meets Stage School in this adorable illustrated junior fiction series, starring Lily D! Lily D is a jump-off-the-page character who is full of beans - which is good news because she is very busy! She does ballet on Mondays, tap on Tuesdays, acrobatics on Wednesdays, singing on Thursdays, and drama on Fridays. Drama is her favourite! It's Lily's dream is to become a performance artiste when she grows up. Lily D thinks of herself as a VAP (a Very Amazing Performer). But Lily is no child star, she understands that success requires hard work and respect, neither of which can be achieved overnight. In each book in the series Lily 'goes method' to inhabit a theatrical character and learns something about the lives of others and her own along the way. Lily is gleefully bold, charmingly flawed and feels totally believable. She looks for the positives in everyone and anyone, and celebrates them! She is loyal, funny, kind, and though becoming different characters can wreak havoc on her world and everyone in it, Lily always learns something from the experience and always strives to treat others with kindness and respect. Lost Dorothy, from the musical The Wizard of Oz, is out of her comfort zone in Oz. FACT! So when Lily D trains for the role of Lost Dorothy, she goes out of her way to experience new things. She gets lost on the way to school, plays a new sport, goes on an epic quest and even makes a new best friend! But will all her efforts to walk in Lost Dorothy's shoes really help Lily D to understand that there is no place like home?

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