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Dance Class #8: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1629912395
Pages: 48
Year: 2014-11-11
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Mary must decide how to cast the roles for the ballet Snow White, which the school will perform for International Dance Day. Bruno has no competition for the role of Prince Charming. But who will play Snow White? Julie is fed up with her perpetual image as the sweet heroine, while Carla can totally picture herself in this starring role. So who, in the end, will bite the red apple and be kissed by Bruno? Julie? Carla? Lucie? Alia? In the world of dance, anything can happen!
Dance Class #2: Romeos and Juliet
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1597076279
Pages: 48
Year: 2013-09-10
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The adventures of best friends Julie, Luce, and Alia continue in the second "Dance Class" graphic novel. School is in session again and this time the girls are working on a ballet of "Romeo and Juliet." When new student Tim is cast in the role of Romeo, the three girls find themselves competing for his affections. Can they get this production on its feet without ruining their friendship?
Dance Class #3: African Folk Dance Fever
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1597076309
Pages: 48
Year: 2013-09-10
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Julie, Lucy, and Alia are best friends who share the same passion: dance! A new year of classes has begun and this year, in addition to their regular ballet and modern dance classes, the three girls are introduced to a new style of dance — African folk! Powered by deep percussion-based music, this style is unlike anything they've ever tried before. While the girls enjoy their new art form, problems at home and in the classroom threaten to cause them to have to stop taking their dance classes. Can the girls balance their studies and their extracurricular activities, or will they have to give up dancing for good?
Dance Class #4: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Paris...
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1597076333
Pages: 48
Year: 2013-09-10
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Can the girls out-dance Carla to the Nationals, or will distractions undermine everything they've worked so hard for? Julie, Lucy and Alia are best friends and share the same passion: dance. Piling on the classes, they're training hard to get into the National Ballet Competition in Paris. One main rival is right in their very school: archenemy Carla. These three will have to balance competition, new boyfriends, and classes without letting things get out of hand.
Dance Class #7: School Night Fever
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1597079480
Pages: 48
Year: 2014-02-25
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The national competition is coming up fast, and Julie, Lucie, and Alia will need all their skills, all their poise, and a lot of grit and determination to get their routine in perfect shape. The always jealous, ever-scheming Carla is trying to sabotage everything again, but the girls are used to that; what they weren't expecting was their teacher, Mary, falling sick at the worst possible moment! As they struggle to choreograph something on their own for the first time, it may be up to Lucie to step up and save the day.
Dance Class #6: A Merry Olde Christmas
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 159707960X
Pages: 48
Year: 2013-10-29
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What could be better than Christmas? Christmas in London, that's what! Julie, Lucie, and Alia are excited to get a letter from their friend Prune, inviting them to visit her in England. This is going to be the vacation of a lifetime! The only problem is that Prune doesn't exactly have time off in mind; she wants the girls to help her pull off a Christmas musical, which wouldn't be too bad if rival Carla hadn't come along for the occasion, as well. The competition will be stiff, and the girls will have to use all their dance skills to make this a yuletide memory for the ages!
Dance Class #9: "Dancing in the Rain"
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1629917060
Pages: 48
Year: 2016-12-20
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Julie, Lucie, and Alia are back, along with all their teachers, families and friends, with more misadventures and lots, and we mean lots, of dancing.
Dance Class #5: To Russia, With Love
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1597076368
Pages: 48
Year: 2013-09-10
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When Julie, Lucy, and Alia sign up for rock the new style brings a lot of new lessons, not the least of which is that cute boys don't necessarily make good dance partners. And the girls can't forget their ballet skills, not when Miss Anne has the whole troupe performing The Nutcracker . . . in Russia! Carla, jealous as always, is intent on ruining the show; the girls may need some help from an unexpected place to pull it off this time!
Mia & Co Mia & Co
Author: Vanyda
Publisher: Europe Comics
Year: 2018-06-20T00:00:00+02:00
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Mia's back! But her gang of friends is changing. Mia's parents sent her to a private school this year to bring her grades up, so her only chance to see her old friends Gauthier, Louka, and Zouzou is playing video games with them after school. There's a new tenant at Wilfried's place, a geek who has an interesting relationship with oven mitts. This year also brings a new challenge for Mia: a fighting-game tournament at the local video game store, with a mysterious new opponent. And there's still that haunted house around the corner...
Dance Class #1: So, You Think You Can Hip-Hop
Author: Beka
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1597072540
Pages: 48
Year: 2012-01-31
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Julie, Lucy and Alia are BFF’s who share one passion: dance! Between programs in ballet and modern dance, they also slip in classes on many other styles including hip-hop, a class run by the hunk KT, who’s got all three competing for his attention. As they prepare for the ballet “Sleeping Beauty,” they’d love to see him play Prince Charming. Any girl with a love for dance and taking classes will find this gag-filled series irresistible!
The Belly Dance Reader
Author: Lynette Harris
ISBN: 0615735592
Pages: 280
Year: 2012-12-08
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The Belly Dance Reader is an anthology of essays from many of the leaders in our Middle Eastern music and dance community. The contributors range from PhD scholars to hobbyists. This book is illustrated with hundreds of photos and artwork from current to vintage, including various sub-styles of the dance, gathered from around the world. Subjects covered include: An introduction, dancing at various ages and stages, history, costuming and appearance, regional and sub styles of the dance, theory and technique, as well as valuable resources such as Arabic scales and rhythms, glossary, maps and more.Belly Dance Reader ContentsSection 1 - An Introduction* Gamar a poem by Beatrice Parvin of the UK* Welcome to Bellydance by Najia* Belly Dance and Contemporary Dance Studies by Barbara Sellers-Young PhD* Reading Like a Researcher, Can You Trust Your Sources? by Mahsati* Orientalism, Zumarrad's Completely Non-scholarly Quick & Dirty Guide by Brigid Kelly* The Soul of Belly Dance, The Most Importatnt Thing is the Feeling by Alia ThabitSection 2-Dancing Through the Stages of Your Life* Teaching Children to Dance, Joys and Pitfalls by Martha Duran* A Dancer's Journey, From Beginner to Semi-Pro by Elianae Stone* The Teacher-Student Relationship, A Psychological Point of View by Izzah Isabelle Gagnon PhD* Bellydance Class... or Cult? Artwork by Leela Corman* Turning Pro, From Hobbyist to Star to Teacher by Lauren and Jillina* Boomerang Career, Life and Dance in the Land Down-Under (Pro to Teacher/Hobbyist) by Amera of Australia* It Ain't Easy being the Crone by Shelley MuzzySection 3-History* "Harem Girls", Dance in Historical Harems, Early 1700s - Early 1900s by Andrea Deagon PhD* The American Belly Dancer in Early Burlesque and Vaudeville Theatre by Catherine Mary Scheelar (married name here)* Belly Dance as a Performance, Historical Phenomenon or Logical Evolution? by Iana Komarnytska* Dancer Trading Cards- Artwork by Leela Corman, Stats by SausanSection 4-Biz* What a Band Needs, But Doesn't Always Get by Denise Mannion of Pangia* Dancing with Live Bands, The Little Book of Etiquette by Leyla Lanty* Selling your Dance, A Series of Elevator Pitches by Athena* Marketing Belly Dance for Fitness, Is It A Good Idea? by Mayada* Tip O' the Hat to Tipping, Practices of Appreciation by Samira SharukSection 5-Costume & Appearance* Raqqin the Retro, Vintage Costume Care by Princess Farhana* Omani Jewelry from the Collection of Nancy Hernandez Photography by Alisha Westerfeld* Practice Makes Perfection, Make up Artists Share Their Secrets by Davina ~ Dawn Devine* A Costume GallerySection 6- Regional Styles* Beyond Sequins, Meaning in the Movement by Yasmina Ramzy* The Rom, Nomads of the Spirit by Sierra (Sadira) Suraci* Romani (Gypsy) History An Introduction by Renee Rothman* The Zar, Dancing with Genies by Yasmin Hekesh* In Search of Zambra Mora by Dondi Dahlin* Improvisational Tribal Style, Constructing Self and Community by April Rose* The Ghawazi by Jalilah* Two Weddings and a Dancer, The Beledi and The City by Leila Farid* Zeffat Al 'Aroosa, Ritual Procession for the Egyptian Wedding by Sahra Carolee KentSection 7-Theory & Technique* Belly Dance Motivations, Context and Content of Performance by Jezibell Anat* Contextualizing, Giving Your Dance Context! by DaVid of Scandinavia* Performance Enhancement by Mahsati* How to Balance Anything! by Stasha Vlasuk* Improvising with Ease, Strategies that Work by Anthea Kawakib Poole* Shimmylab, Muscular Activation Patterns in Belly Dance by Venus Marilee Nugent* Are the Stars Out Tonight? Fitting Music & Dance to Your Gig by NajiaThe Backside* Maps- Sahra's Regional Dances of Egypt, The Mid East, Mediterranean, and North Africa* A Few Maqamat and Rhythms* References, A Bibliography Project, Bonus Material, Disclaimers, Errata* Gig Form* A Glossary of Common Belly Dance Terms* Contributors Bios* Photo Credits* Late Additions photos
Manga Studio For Dummies
Author: Doug Hills
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118051467
Pages: 384
Year: 2011-02-08
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Love Manga? The newest features of Manga Studio help you bring your ideas to life! The tools available in the latest version of this powerful program make it easy to turn your computer into your drawing board, and Manga Studio For Dummies makes it easy to get started. Discover how to use Manga Studio to begin creating comics in manga or Western styles, add color to your creations, and share them with your adoring public. It’s a breeze once you know your way around the program. Manga may have begun in Japan, but Manga Studio For Dummies is written in plain English, and shows you how to: Build and use page templates Rough in your comic with penciling techniques Work 100% digital, or use a combination of digital and traditional tools if you prefer Work with layers, rulers, and panels Add speech bubbles and sound effects text Ink your work and add tones Prepare your creations for print or distribution on the Web Written by a working digital artist, Manga Studio For Dummies covers both Manga Studio Debut and EX versions. As an added bonus, it even gives you a peek into the world of manga and comics in general. With the help of Manga Studio For Dummies, you just might find yourself among the comic artists whose work populates the Web and gathers thousands of fans! Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
The Book of Proper Names
Author: Amelie Nothomb
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250091039
Pages: 122
Year: 2015-07-21
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The Book of Proper Names is set in contemporary Paris, its main character an orphan named Plectrude. Before the child's birth her nineteen-year-old mother shoots and kills her nineteen-year-old (and somewhat feckless) father because she hates the names he's devised for their child--she fears they will doom their unborn child to mediocrity. The mother confesses openly to what she has done, and why. She is arrested and thrown into prison, where she gives birth to the child, names her, to everyone's bafflement, Plectrude--an obscure saint, and an albatross of a name--and then hangs herself. The novel therefore begins on the borderline between tragedy and absurdity, but as Plectrude grows--raised by a loving, indulgent, and eccentric aunt--it becomes a deeply moving and simultaneously chilling portrait of girlhood. Plectrude's great gift turns out to be for ballet, and she throws herself into dance as if her life depended upon it. Few novels have shown us the implacable and unforgiving world of ballet with more intuitive sympathy, yet also with a keen-eyed assessment of the true price of artistic perfection.. Inevitably, the doom hovering over Plectrude's life from birth returns to haunt her, and in the end she learns to survive in the only way she knows how--by committing an act of deadly self-preservation her mother would have perhaps understood best. The Book of Proper Names is vintage Amelie Nothomb--alternatively mordant and poignant, a portrait of adolescence that is fierce and funny at the same time. There is nothing mediocre either about Nothomb nor her creations.
The Fairy Herbarium
Author: Sébastien Perez, Benjamin Lacombe
Publisher: Albin Michel
ISBN: 222633615X
Pages: 68
Year: 2014-10-29
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Benjamin Lacombe, born in 1982, is one of the figureheads of French illustration. He has thrown himself into digital books with the enthusiasm of a pioneer discovering an infinite field of new narrative possibilities. In this book set in the 19th century, he tells the story of a distinguished Russian botanist who is sent to the legendary Brocliande forest in search of an elixir of immortality. Through his observations, the discovery of strange little fairies will change his life forever. This enhanced eBook is a real jewel offering a wide range of varied interactions: immersion in the illustrations, selective readings of fictional archive documents, fade-outs of flowers and butterflies, gracious moves of flying fairies and delicate color variations that contribute to make the forest alive for the reader. The eBook also includes seven short 2D animated films that are moving testimonies of the scientists adventure. The Fairy Herbarium was awarded the special Pépites numériques prize at the Salon du Livre Jeunesse of Montreuil.
Modern Language Notes
Year: 1919
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