One perfect pirouette – Sherryl Clark

Brynna’s dream is about to become reality: her family is moving to Melbourne and she can attend the National Ballet School – to which every dancer she knows aspires. Yet, things don’t seem so great to Brynna. Her mum is working hard to support the family, and her brother is just angry with the world. It’s not easy for her either, trying to fit in at a new school and also dealing with the fiercely competitive girls around her. But, wth her true passion for ballet, this novel demonstrates the importance of believing in your dreams.

Penguin

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