Publication Date: March 2005
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From sunrise to sunset, Annabelle can't keep her feet from moving. She's worn out her mother's linoleum. She's danced a hole in the schoolhouse floor. She's danced a ridge into Creek Road that causes Mr. Harville T. Stone's tire to blow. Even Mrs. Ethel Pontoon's chickens are upset. They refuse to lay eggs as long as Annabelle keeps dancing. It seems Annabelle has turned the entire town topsy-turvy with her terpsichore. Now the citizens have banded together to stop Annabelle once and for all But the people of Fiddler's Creek are in for a big surprise when they try to cure Annabelle's Tap-Dance Fever.
About the AuthorPat Brisson is a winner of a Christopher Award for The Summer My Father Was Ten and has written a number of books for children. She lives in Phillipsburg, New Jersey.
Nancy Cote has many fond memories of St. Patrick's Day. She wore every shade of green imaginable and always hoped she'd find a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Today she considers her family her pot of gold and feels like the luckiest person in the world because she can write and illustrate children's books. Nancy is the illustrator of "The Borrowed Hanukkah Latkes" and "Mrs. Greenberg's Messy Hanukkah".