Dance Class #5

To Russia, With Love

By Beka; Crip (Illustrator)
(Papercutz, Hardcover, 9781597074230, 48pp.)

Publication Date: July 23, 2013

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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!




About the Author

Béka is the pseudonym for the writing team of Bertrand Escaich and Caroline Rogue. Before creating Dance Class, the duo wrote stories for the numerous children’s comic series in France, and created the hit series The Rugbymen. Crip is an artist with a background in applied arts. He has drawn several stories for the educational comic series All About.




Praise For Dance Class #5

"Quick and witty pacing will keep readers on their toes." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY "An entertaining and enjoyable read for dance fans and graphic-novel devotees." — KIRKUS  "The art has a great sense of movement, particularly important when conveying such an active endeavor. Plus, attention is paid to their outfits, an important part of creating a realistic visual world for young women." — COMICS WORTH READING

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