Posted in 2012-2013 Club, Not Mock Newbery

Someday Dancer, by Sarah Rubin

Summary: In South Carolina in 1959 Casey Quinn dreams of being a ballerina, and though she has never had the money for lessons, she follows her dream to New York City and the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance.

Scholastic

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One thought on “Someday Dancer, by Sarah Rubin

  1. The best part of this book is the main character. I just really liked reading this book because the main character was so interesting. Some main characters always seem happy no matter what and some are really depressing, but this main character actually acted like a normal person would act, but was still a unique person. I also liked the writing style of this book it made me want to keep reading even though i don’t like to read books about dancing which was what this book was about. It has a chance at the newbery, but i have read better this year.

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