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LEADER 00000cam  2200493 i 4500 
001    54206768 
003    OCoLC 
005    20070910150044.0 
008    040123s2005    nyua   b      000 1 eng   
010    2004001666 
020    0670036935 (hardcover) 
020    9780670036936 (hardcover) 
035    (OCoLC)54206768 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dIG#|dJTE|dXY4|dBAKER|dBTCTA 
042    lcac 
043    e-fr--- 
049    FINZ 
050 00 PZ7.Y845|bBdw 2005 
082 00 [E]|222 
100 1  Young, Amy.|0
245 10 Belinda in Paris /|cby Amy Young. 
264  1 New York, New York :|bViking,|c[2005] 
264  4 |c©2005 
300    1 volume (unpaged) :|bcolor illustrations ;|c26 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
385    |nage|aChildren|2lcdgt 
520    When Belinda's magnificently large ballet shoes get lost 
       en route to Paris, she must find another pair before her 
       performance in the Paris Opera. 
520    From Booklist: PreS-Gr 2. The famously big-footed dancer 
       who made her picture-book debut in Belinda the Ballerina 
       (2002) is prepared to take Paris by storm--except for one 
       catastrophic detail: the airline has mistakenly shipped 
       her pointe shoes to Pago Pago. Belinda pounds the pavement
       searching for a replacement pair of boat-sized ballet 
       slippers, but as a salesman at the finest specialty store 
       diplomatically informs her, there is not a shoe in all of 
       Paris that will fit such magnificent feet. Even the 
       cobbler is stymied; there's not a length of pink silk or a
       form large enough for the job. Persistence pays, though, 
       and Belinda's fans will enjoy her triumph. Besides 
       illustrating Belinda's lively tale, the lightly stylized 
       paintings introduce children to the sights, the streets, 
       and the ambiance of Paris. Even better, the solution to 
       Belinda's problem has a distinctively Parisian flavor. 
       Like its predecessor, this picture book features an 
       engaging story, graceful illustrations, and, in Belinda, 
       an instantly recognizable character who is simply 
       magnifique. Carolyn Phelan: Copyright  ̧American Library 
       Association. All rights reserved: : Book Description: All 
       of Paris was abuzz with the news-Belinda the ballerina was
       coming to town! But when Belinda's extra-large ballet 
       shoes wind up in Pago Pago by mistake, she and a young 
       ballerina must hit the streets to look for a new pair. 
       Along the way, Belinda befriends a trio of Parisians, each
       with his or her own problem. Can Belinda save the day and 
       still find ballet shoes before her performance that night?
       New and old fans alike will cheer magnifique! for Amy 
       Young's big-footed (and big-hearted) ballerina, as she 
       wins over the City of Lights. 
650  0 Foot|0
       |vJuvenile fiction.|0
650  0 Size|vJuvenile fiction. 
650  0 Ballet dancers|0
       sh85011283|vJuvenile fiction.|0
650  0 Shoes|0
       |vJuvenile fiction.|0
651  0 Paris (France)|0
       n79058874|vJuvenile fiction.|0
651  0 France|0
       |vJuvenile fiction.|0
655  7 Watercolor painting.|2lcgft 
655  7 Fiction.|2lcgft|0
856 42 |3Publisher description|u
856 42 |3Contributor biographical information|u

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