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Princess Poppy: Ballet Dreams by Janey Louise Jones
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- Ballet Dreams (Princess Poppy) by Janey Louise Jones.
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If you are a child reading this, please get your parent or guardian's permission to continue. Poppy and Honey are thrilled when Madam Angelwing starts advanced ballet classes. At first, Poppy loves the extra lessons, but soon gives them up when she begins to feel that ballet is taking over her life. Honey decides to stick with the classes as Madam has told her she's good enough to be a professional ballerina when she grows up.
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Now, when Honey isn't at dance class she's either practicing ballet or reading about it - she just doesn't have any time for Poppy anymore. A Penguin Random House Company. Are you sure you want to leave Puffin? Okay, I understand and wish to proceed.