by George Ancona
Dancing is a skip, and a hop, and a kick, and a stomp, and just feeling good. People dance for different reasons, at many times and places. They dance to entertain others, to remember their homeland, or even to tell stories. Most often, they dance to have fun. And in his photographs of dances from both America and all over the world, Mr. Ancona invites readers to join in.
Publisher: E. P. Dutton, 1981
Age Level: 9-12
(Out of Print)
Junior Literary Guild Selection, 1981 |