It's Tutu Much

It's Tutu Much

by Lorraine Bartlett

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Bullies come in all shapes, sizes, and ages. Dana Milton finally opens her own dance studio on Victoria Square and one of her Broadway Babies (age 8) is a classic tyrant. Can she teach her students about respect for one another--and when it's time to stand up for oneself, or is it all tutu much?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158769092
Publisher: Polaris Press
Publication date: 01/02/2018
Series: Life On Victoria Square , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 94,111
File size: 337 KB

About the Author

The immensely popular Booktown Mystery series is what put Lorraine Bartlett’s pen name Lorna Barrett on the New York Times Bestseller list, but it’s her talent--whether writing as Lorna, or L.L. Bartlett, or Lorraine Bartlett -- that keeps her in the hearts of her readers. This multi-published, Agatha-nominated author pens the exciting Jeff Resnick Mysteries as well as the acclaimed Victoria Square Mystery series, the Tales of Telenia adventure-fantasy saga, and now the Lotus Bay Mysteries, and has many short stories and novellas to her name(s).

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It's Tutu Much 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
PPriest More than 1 year ago
This is another short story in the Life on Victoria Square book series. I enjoy this series because it allows us to get to know the various characters in the Victoria Square books on an intimate level. Dana opens up her own dance studio, and as she is progressing through her teaching, she has to deal with a Broadway Baby bully.
KTempleton More than 1 year ago
Dana Milton grew up wanting to be a dancer, but an accident ended her dreams of being a pro. Later on in her life, Dana renews her passion for dance through opening her own dance studio. In her Broadway Babies class, she meets Ivy, an eight-year-old bully. Although Dana can't catch Ivy doing anything wrong and the other girls won't tell on Ivy, Dana can tell that the other girls are afraid of Ivy. This book gives you a great example of how to take what life throws at you and make it into something positive; something you can still be passionate about. There are a couple more positive messages in this book is to respect yourself and others and that it is okay to stick up for yourself. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick read with a positive message and fans of the Victoria Square and Life on Victoria Square Series. I was provided with an ARC of this book with the hopes I would review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Kuzlin More than 1 year ago
Dana Milton has dreamed of becoming a professional dancer since forever. But when she accidentally tears a ligament in her knee, her dream is with a dance studio to teach others her love of dancing. She also encourages a team atmosphere and respect for others. But when bullying threatens to upset her students, she finds that learning is a two way street and sometimes she can benefit from the teaching of her students. A delightful and heart warming short story with new characters for the Life on Victoria Square series. Disclosure: I am voluntarily reviewing this advance reading copy.
MandaLuvsToRead More than 1 year ago
Another sweet short story in the Life on Victoria Square series. I really enjoy these. In this one, a young woman and her family decide to move back to her hometown to be closer to family and to allow her to realize her dream of opening her own dance studio. She derives great pleasure from working with young dancers, but is troubled when one of the dancers starts bullying the other girls in class. Teaching dance is easy, but teaching respect and compassion is something else entirely.