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Theatre Shoes During World War II in England, three motherless children, whose father is reported missing in action, go to live with their grandmother in London and join the members of their talented theatrical family in a school for stage training I caught the theatre bug early on so this one was a particular favorite of mine Theatre Shoes includes characters from Ballet Shoes I always like it when I recognize people from other novels, i feel so important, as though I know someone famous and now have bragging rights. February 2018 This is, very quietly, one of Streatfield s strongest works I really, really like this, from that early moment when the American soldier puts the basket half on Hannah s knees, and half on the skinny knees of the woman with her rights or maybe it s even earlier, from the implicit humor and personality in stressing that Grandfather needed to underline that last animal before he died And that personality, subtle though it may be, carries through the entire book through Mark s February 2018 This is, very quietly, one of Streatfield s strongest works I really, really like this, from that early moment when the American soldier puts the basket half on Hannah s knees, and half on the skinny knees of the woman with her rights or maybe it s even earlier, from the implicit humor and personality in stressing that Grandfather needed to underline that last animal before he died And that personality, subtle though it may be, carries through the entire book through Mark s letters from Wilton House to this moment Grandmother looked at him a little while in silence Then her eyes twinkled Go to your horrid little boys school I ve one great comfort, Mark What an atrocious nuisance you will be to the Royal Navy TRUST ME WHEN I TELL YOU HOW HILARIOUSLY PERFECT THIS IS.July 2015 This is another good one, and it isn t hampered by the constant Fossil mentions One thing that struck me this reread, particularly reading all the Shoes books out of order, is that there s no clear timeline established for all the talented kids who look up to the Fossils I m convinced this is the first one, because it s so clearly a wartime book its strongest aspect and I think the novel states that Pauline is only eighteen, which means constant mentions of her aren t completely ridiculous, since she d been a student at the school so recently.Madame Fidolia is also recognizably herself here, or at least recognizable as the character who first appears in Ballet Shoes In Movie Shoes and Traveling Shoes, she s practically a fairy godmother, which doesn t work with her previously established character I ve decided that Movie Shoes takes place a few years after this book, and that the Miriam name dropped in it as a talented dancer is this book s Miriam Cohen a delight, but very much Posy Fossil 2.0 in contrast, Holly is muchunique character how many truly promising Miriams can there be at Madame Fidolia s school And Traveling Shoes must come last I can t imagine the Forums touring Russia and Japan during World War II The only question is why Ettie hasn t heard of Sorrel or Miriam, or even Rachel from Movie Shoes.I shouldn t hold the confusing timeline against this book, though It s charming Booklovers everywhere have all drooled over the little book shop Kathleen Kelly owned in the delightful movie, You ve Got Mail We ve relished the thought of working among such an atmosphere of twinkle lights and children s literature And what a selection she had too Whoever was in charge of choosing the books to be highlighted in the movie did a pretty top notch job Have you read them all Notable mentions are The Betsy Tacy books and The Shoe Series Noel Streatfeild wrote Ballet Shoes and Booklovers everywhere have all drooled over the little book shop Kathleen Kelly owned in the delightful movie, You ve Got Mail We ve relished the thought of working among such an atmosphere of twinkle lights and children s literature And what a selection she had too Whoever was in charge of choosing the books to be highlighted in the movie did a pretty top notch job Have you read them all Notable mentions are The Betsy Tacy books and The Shoe Series Noel Streatfeild wrote Ballet Shoes and Skating Shoes and Theatre Shoes and Dancing Shoes I d start with Ballet Shoes first it s my favorite Although Skating Shoes is completely wonderful but it s out of print Kathleen Kelly, You ve Got MailIf you haven t read this fun series, it s about time you did Ballet Shoes probably should be read first but the stories are all pretty individual, with different characters in each the only thing linking them are shoes and the characters in the first book being referenced once or twice in a couple other titles So if you or your child has a favorite recreation and there s a shoe for it, you d be fine just starting with the one you re excited about the most.Enjoy Ages 8 14Cleanliness The main characters don t always do what is right, but they do learn from their mistakes and improve their character The word Jap is used to refer to the Japanese Alcohol is mentioned Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book, so you ll know just how clean it is or isn t I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which enable you to clean up your book before reading it Visit my website The premise of Theater Shoes reminds me a little bit of Harry Potter, oddly enough After their grandfather dies, somebody comes to the the Forbes children and is like, Guess what Your grandmother is a famous actress and your uncle is a film star, and you have aunts and uncles and cousins that you never knew existed because your grandmother disowned your mother for eloping YOU RE A WIZARD, HARRY I thoroughly enjoy this book It s about discovering talent you never knew you had because nobod The premise of Theater Shoes reminds me a little bit of Harry Potter, oddly enough After their grandfather dies, somebody comes to the the Forbes children and is like, Guess what Your grandmother is a famous actress and your uncle is a film star, and you have aunts and uncles and cousins that you never knew existed because your grandmother disowned your mother for eloping YOU RE A WIZARD, HARRY I thoroughly enjoy this book It s about discovering talent you never knew you had because nobody ever looked at you and said, You re good at reciting poetry, you should go on the stage It s about finding your tribe, about making the most of every opportunity, even the crappy ones my favorite part is when Sorrel is dancing in the chorus of lambs at the first concert for the wounded soldiers, and she smiles at a Chinese soldier, who then asks to meet her and gives her a little fish pendant for good luck and about being the best you that you can be, even when the world is putting pressure on you to be somebody or something else I also love the sort of meta post Ballet Shoes world this book is set in, with perfectly in character letters from Pauline, Petrova and Posy This is also the book that taught me what Cockney rhyming slang was, featuring such sentences as And when it comes to dishing up I never know how to drag my plates of meat up the apples and pears Alice for the win

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