Dancing in the dark – Robyn Bavati

Ditty is a good Jewish girl who has always followed her parent’s wishes. But when she sees classical ballet on TV and asks her parents if she can learn, they refuse: it is immodest and will not make her a better person. Ditty sneaks off to take a free lesson and is soon hooked – she feels she was born to dance. This story is all about following your dreams and how sometimes we question the faith and expectations of our family.

Penguin Books

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