Nina, Nina Star Ballerina

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Nina, Nina Star Ballerina ➣ [Epub] ➝ Nina, Nina Star Ballerina By Jane O'Connor ➭ – Polishdarling.co.uk Playing the star in the class dance show, Nina finds herself in an awkward situation All her friends think that she is the star of the show, so she now has to set the record straight and make things r Playing the star in the class dance show, Nina finds herself in an awkward situation All her friends think that she is the star of the show, so she now has to set the record straight and make things right once.


10 thoughts on “Nina, Nina Star Ballerina

  1. Candychaser21 Candychaser21 says:

    I was always bought these books when I was younger because I have the same first name as the main character I always enjoyed them and thought they were cute and easy to read as a quick bedtime story.


  2. Melinda Christensen Melinda Christensen says:

    This is an educational, comforting book for children who worry about what their friends think Nina loves to dance, but one day at lunch she blurted to her friends that she would be in a dance show and she was a star Then she thought about it she did make a lot of mistakes Her friend Ann wanted to go to the show but Nina was afraid to have Ann see her dance She even tried to get out of dancing, but didn t feel good about that Sometimes we worry too much about what our friends will think abo This is an educational, comforting book for children who worry about what their friends think Nina loves to dance, but one day at lunch she blurted to her friends that she would be in a dance show and she was a star Then she thought about it she did make a lot of mistakes Her friend Ann wanted to go to the show but Nina was afraid to have Ann see her dance She even tried to get out of dancing, but didn t feel good about that Sometimes we worry too much about what our friends will think about us when all they really want is to be our friends


  3. Jane Jane says:

    There wasn t really a problem in this book and it wasn t that interesting Also, I did not really get what it was about, at first, and what was going on.


  4. BethEl BethEl says:

    Nina, Nina Star Ballerina is a fun and engaging early reader This book is part of a multi book series for level one readers, preschool through first grade The plot follows the main character, Nina, as she prepares for her dance recital Nina is extremely excited to play the role of a star in her Night Sky performance When speaking to her friends, there is miscommunication they think she is the star, rather than a star in the sky Initially, Nina likes the idea of her peers being impresse Nina, Nina Star Ballerina is a fun and engaging early reader This book is part of a multi book series for level one readers, preschool through first grade The plot follows the main character, Nina, as she prepares for her dance recital Nina is extremely excited to play the role of a star in her Night Sky performance When speaking to her friends, there is miscommunication they think she is the star, rather than a star in the sky Initially, Nina likes the idea of her peers being impressed with her principal role This fib begins to feel uncomfortable the tale chronicles Nina s internal conflict of sharing the truth with her friends and preparing for her debut She relies on her mom to steer her in the right direction She repeatedly practices in the week proceeding the recital and, in the end, performs beautifully Nina sets a wonderful example for children of all ages, showing honesty is always the best choice The literary elements of Nina, Nina Star Ballerina are described through parallelism, where the text and pictures work together to enhance the message The wording is fairly simply, due to the nature of the book children often rely on the images to connect the terms to their meaning and learn about the characters through the narrator The illustrator appears to have used watercolor as her main medium, creating a softer portrayal The use of primary colors attracts a young demographic For example, Nina s ballet costume is yellow, which shows happiness Also, the shapes, circles and squares, are used throughout the cookies, apple, and even her mom s glasses are round, while her mom s purse, photos, and books are square These items signify comfort and stability The cover of the book is inviting and reflects the main character and plot of the story, hinting at what s to come Overall, I enjoyed this story and its moral and look forward to teaching my future child to read using All Aboard Reading leveled books


  5. Dolly Dolly says:

    Sweet story about a little girl who is going to be one of several stars twinkling around a moon for a ballet performance When she tells her friend, her role accidently gets turned into being the star This book offers a good example of the angst children can feel when they are trying to fit in and make friends Perfect for young readers.


  6. Lauren Owens Lauren Owens says:

    Growing up, this was one of my favorite books to read It is about a ballerina named Nina who allows a misconception to blossom about her part in the upcoming dance show This book illustrates how it feels to be caught in a lie and how hard it is to reverse it once it s out If issues of lying arise in the classroom, this book may help students see the dangers of lying.


  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    one of my favorite picture books when I was little


  8. Nina Nina says:

    Um, duh.


  9. X X says:

    A cute book Designed for beginning readers to read by themselves, but works okay as a read aloud picture book as well.


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10 thoughts on “Nina, Nina Star Ballerina

  1. Candychaser21 Candychaser21 says:

    I was always bought these books when I was younger because I have the same first name as the main character I always enjoyed them and thought they were cute and easy to read as a quick bedtime story.


  2. Melinda Christensen Melinda Christensen says:

    This is an educational, comforting book for children who worry about what their friends think Nina loves to dance, but one day at lunch she blurted to her friends that she would be in a dance show and she was a star Then she thought about it she did make a lot of mistakes Her friend Ann wanted to go to the show but Nina was afraid to have Ann see her dance She even tried to get out of dancing, but didn t feel good about that Sometimes we worry too much about what our friends will think abo This is an educational, comforting book for children who worry about what their friends think Nina loves to dance, but one day at lunch she blurted to her friends that she would be in a dance show and she was a star Then she thought about it she did make a lot of mistakes Her friend Ann wanted to go to the show but Nina was afraid to have Ann see her dance She even tried to get out of dancing, but didn t feel good about that Sometimes we worry too much about what our friends will think about us when all they really want is to be our friends


  3. Jane Jane says:

    There wasn t really a problem in this book and it wasn t that interesting Also, I did not really get what it was about, at first, and what was going on.


  4. BethEl BethEl says:

    Nina, Nina Star Ballerina is a fun and engaging early reader This book is part of a multi book series for level one readers, preschool through first grade The plot follows the main character, Nina, as she prepares for her dance recital Nina is extremely excited to play the role of a star in her Night Sky performance When speaking to her friends, there is miscommunication they think she is the star, rather than a star in the sky Initially, Nina likes the idea of her peers being impresse Nina, Nina Star Ballerina is a fun and engaging early reader This book is part of a multi book series for level one readers, preschool through first grade The plot follows the main character, Nina, as she prepares for her dance recital Nina is extremely excited to play the role of a star in her Night Sky performance When speaking to her friends, there is miscommunication they think she is the star, rather than a star in the sky Initially, Nina likes the idea of her peers being impressed with her principal role This fib begins to feel uncomfortable the tale chronicles Nina s internal conflict of sharing the truth with her friends and preparing for her debut She relies on her mom to steer her in the right direction She repeatedly practices in the week proceeding the recital and, in the end, performs beautifully Nina sets a wonderful example for children of all ages, showing honesty is always the best choice The literary elements of Nina, Nina Star Ballerina are described through parallelism, where the text and pictures work together to enhance the message The wording is fairly simply, due to the nature of the book children often rely on the images to connect the terms to their meaning and learn about the characters through the narrator The illustrator appears to have used watercolor as her main medium, creating a softer portrayal The use of primary colors attracts a young demographic For example, Nina s ballet costume is yellow, which shows happiness Also, the shapes, circles and squares, are used throughout the cookies, apple, and even her mom s glasses are round, while her mom s purse, photos, and books are square These items signify comfort and stability The cover of the book is inviting and reflects the main character and plot of the story, hinting at what s to come Overall, I enjoyed this story and its moral and look forward to teaching my future child to read using All Aboard Reading leveled books


  5. Dolly Dolly says:

    Sweet story about a little girl who is going to be one of several stars twinkling around a moon for a ballet performance When she tells her friend, her role accidently gets turned into being the star This book offers a good example of the angst children can feel when they are trying to fit in and make friends Perfect for young readers.


  6. Lauren Owens Lauren Owens says:

    Growing up, this was one of my favorite books to read It is about a ballerina named Nina who allows a misconception to blossom about her part in the upcoming dance show This book illustrates how it feels to be caught in a lie and how hard it is to reverse it once it s out If issues of lying arise in the classroom, this book may help students see the dangers of lying.


  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    one of my favorite picture books when I was little


  8. Nina Nina says:

    Um, duh.


  9. X X says:

    A cute book Designed for beginning readers to read by themselves, but works okay as a read aloud picture book as well.


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