For the many youngsters who love ballet (and love to color): 29 scenes depicting classic costumes and characters from such popular ballets as Swan Lake, Petrouchka, The Nutcracker, Don Quixote, Cinderella, Coppélia, The Sleeping Beauty, and The Firebird. Captions include title of b... read more
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For the many youngsters who love ballet (and love to color): 29 scenes depicting classic costumes and characters from such popular ballets as Swan Lake, Petrouchka, The Nutcracker, Don Quixote, Cinderella, Coppélia, The Sleeping Beauty, and The Firebird. Captions include title of ballet, story line, composer, year first performed, and characters depicted.
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