Angelina is so excited! She and Henry have parts in a grown-ups' ballet. During rehearsals, Angelina's excitement turns to jealousy when Henry becomes the favourite of the famous star Madame Zizi. But, after near disaster on opening night, Angelina and Henry become better friends than ever. Angelina on Stage is perfect for every fan of Angelina, ...
Angelina is so excited! She and Henry have parts in a grown-ups' ballet. During rehearsals, Angelina's excitement turns to jealousy when Henry becomes the favourite of the famous star Madame Zizi. But, after near disaster on opening night, Angelina and Henry become better friends than ever. Angelina on Stage is perfect for every fan of Angelina, Alice, Henry and all her dancing mouse friends from Chipping Cheddar! Created by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig, the Angelina Ballerina books have become true classics.
Publisher: Clarkson N. Potter Date of Publication: 1988 Binding: hardcover Edition: First Edition Condition: Very Good Description: Signed by author on title page. Gift inscription on front free page. First edition, fifth printing. Tiny dent on bottom front cover. Pages with turning wrinkles. Although Cousin Henry makes a pest of himself & gets all the attention when they are asked to take roles in an adult theatre production, Angelina demonstrates her fondness for him when a crisis occurs on s.
Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1584851503. Tight flat unmarked book with strong supple clean pages a few tiny spots of rubbing at spine and corners otherwise free of wear DJ same in mylar; 10.20 X 8.40 X 0.40 inches; 24 pages.
Craig, Helen. Fine. Fine DJ. 11 x 9. Signed by Author/Artist Lovely decorated bookplate SIGNED BY BOTH HOLABIRD & CRAIG on flyleaf. 2nd ed ((2001), 1st prt. Angelina is jealous of all the attention received by Cousin Henry but still helps him out when a crisis occurs on opening night at the ballet.
Publishers Weekly, 1986-12-12 In this latest addition to the Angelina series (Angelina Ballerina, etc.), Angelina is invited to perform as a magic fairy in a real grown-ups' ballet. She's delighted, but less so when her goofy younger cousin Henry is asked to perform in the ballet, too. While Angelina practices flying through the air on a wire, Henry stumbles around the stage, missing cues but nevertheless endearing himself to the cast. Though she's jealous of Henry, Angelina comes through for him on the night of the performance. The book gently reflects an older child's ambivalent feelings. But it is also a delightful story, whose delicately rendered, sweet illustrations invite the reader into the magical world of ballet. (4-7)
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