Tallulah's Toe Shoes

Tallulah s Toe Shoes Tallulah is back in ballet class and now she wants to go en pointe to dance up on the tips of her toes in pink satin toe shoes like a real ballerina But going en pointe is not good for growing feet

  • Title: Tallulah's Toe Shoes
  • Author: Marilyn Singer Alexandra Boiger
  • ISBN: 9780547482231
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tallulah is back in ballet class and now she wants to go en pointe to dance up on the tips of her toes in pink satin toe shoes, like a real ballerina But going en pointe is not good for growing feet, and her ballet teacher says her feet aren t ready yet Oh, yes, they are, Tallulah thinks And so am I Not only is she ready, she s determined And nothing stops Tallulah whTallulah is back in ballet class and now she wants to go en pointe to dance up on the tips of her toes in pink satin toe shoes, like a real ballerina But going en pointe is not good for growing feet, and her ballet teacher says her feet aren t ready yet Oh, yes, they are, Tallulah thinks And so am I Not only is she ready, she s determined And nothing stops Tallulah when her mind is made up

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    1. Isn't it amazing how we often have to learn for ourselves that we're not ready? But maybe it helps us to trust others who have been there.

    2. Tallulah's Toe Shoes tells the story of a young ballet dancer eager to start dancing on pointe. She must wait until she is older, but she does not accept this. One day she takes an older dancer's old pointe shoes and tries to wear them at home. It is not as easy as she expected and she ends up hurting her toes. She finally understands why she has to wait to get pointe shoes until she is older, and she dreams about the days when she will be a beautiful ballerina on pointe.This story was very rela [...]

    3. I do like these Tallulah books well enough, but this one bothered me. Why doesn't she ask *why* she has to wait to wear toe shoes? She asks when she can, and is of course given the answer, "someday". I can totally understand her longing to make that someday NOW--I have been there many a time myself and, in fact, in her exact situation with the ballet and toe shoes. That said, I am surprised and disappointed in her lack of curiosity in exploring the "why" of the whole extended waiting period for [...]

    4. In the third picture book featuring the irrepressible Tallulah, the ambitious young dancerlongs for a pair of toe shoes so she can dance on pointe. But her feet aren't fully formed yet, and she isn't ready. But Tallulah is stubborn, and when she sees the cast-off toe shoes of an older dancer who danced the role of the Lilac Fairy in an earlier ballet, she takes them home and tries them on. With much determination and help from her little brother, she is able to rise and move a tiny bit. Her fail [...]

    5. This is a wonderful story for any child who is learning to dance and wants to grow up too fast! The little girl in this story desperately wants to be able to go on pointe, but she is still growing, so she isn’t allowed to do that. One day, one of the older girls tosses an old pair of toe shoes into the garbage, and the younger girl pulls them out and takes them home. She tries them on and they make her toes hurt, and she thinks that she will never be a prima ballerina. The next week at dance c [...]

    6. In this book Tallulah wants to hurry up and get on to the part of ballet class where she learns to dance on pointe. She finds a pair of pointe shoes in the trash that an older girl has thrown out and attempts to dance at home, only to find that it makes her toes hurt. When she returns them to the trash the previous owner tells her that maybe someday she'll be able to dance on pointe. Tallulah becomes determined that she will!I thought that the older dancer in the story could have been more motiv [...]

    7. Another lovely Tallulah book and another valuable lesson. In this Tallulah learns that, sadly, there are some things you're just not ready for at a certain age, sometimes you really do have to wait until you're a little older. Tallulah believes she is ready for toe shoes, even though everyone keeps telling her she's not. Thanks to being in the right place at the right time, she gets a lovely (old) pair of her very own toe shoes only to discover she really isn't ready. She thinks it's her failure [...]

    8. I am highly impressed with this book. I suspected it was going to be about a girl getting her first pair of pointe shoes, and I was highly skeptical, because the main character, Tallulah, is clearly too young-- but it turned out to be a thoughtfully presented cautionary tale about not rushing into pointe shoes. What a delight! The illustrations are beautiful, and really demonstrate proper ballet posture and movement. And bonus points for the little brother who takes ballet along with Tallulah-- [...]

    9. Tallulah has been dancing for a while now. She loves ballet, but longs for toe shoes, much as she longed for a tutu in her first book. When she gets a discarded pair she discovers that dancing on your toes is not what she thought it was. Her feet hurt. She doesn't look graceful. What is going on? An older ballerina provides sage advice about patience. This is another sparkly pink ballet book that young girls will love.

    10. Another "Tallulah" book about her ballet escapades. I enjoyed this one because Tallulah is growing in her love of ballet and desperately wants to be able to dance on 'pointe' and her youth and inability to do so just yet is quite discouraging, however, the positive encouragement from the Lilac Fairy allows Tallulah to be hopeful! Cute story about learning that all things come in time with hard work and practice!

    11. Tallulah wants her own toe shoes and rescues a pair from the trash. She tries to dance in them, only to discover her feet hurt - a lot. While everyone tells her she needs to wait, and her dance teacher tells her that her feet need to stop growing first, no one ever tells her why - the damage you can do to your feet if you don't wait. Newest of the Tellulah series.

    12. I definitely enjoyed the first two books more, however this one was fine. I think that Tallulah's story will be very appealing to little girls who either do dance ballet or who want to. These books are just fun stories too though and I think this one will also be a hit on our chick picks shelf.

    13. A fun and delightful read about young Tallulah that dream big and feels as though she is ABSOLUTELY ready for toe shoes in her ballet class. When an older ballerina throws away her old toe shoes Tallulah snatches them away and quickly learns that she will be ready for toe shoes when the time comes!

    14. you don't have to love ballet to feel for Tallulah in this story. It's all about that urge to be bigger, and about having people to lean on. I read it with 5 + 7 year old kids

    15. I had such a good time reading this book with my daughter. Now my daughter wants to get some dancing shoes. I think this book is a good quality read to bond with your child.

    16. Especially love that all the characters, including Mom and Dad, just happen to be standing or moving in ballet positions throughout the book. Graceful and friendly.

    17. The illustrations for this book are delightful, but the story didn't really work for me. The story, somehow, didn't feel complete or like a story at all.

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