The Nutcracker Ballet

The Nutcracker Ballet Illus in full color In simple clear language children can follow the story of the Christmas ballet themselves from the opening Christmas Eve party scene to the closing scene in which Marie and her

  • Title: The Nutcracker Ballet
  • Author: Deborah Hautzig Carolyn Ewing
  • ISBN: 9780679823858
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Illus in full color In simple, clear language, children can follow the story of the Christmas ballet themselves, from the opening Christmas Eve party scene to the closing scene in which Marie and her Nutcracker prince bid farewell to the Land of the Sweets.

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      Published :2018-09-05T12:07:55+00:00

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    1. As far as Nutcracker adaptations go, this one wasn't bad. It just wasn't the best one I've seen.If you're going to be taking your 1st grader to see the ballet for the first time, this might be a good idea to fill them in, especially since this particular version has the ballet included in all the pictures.Also, I just want to say that I loved the fact they included the seven-headed rat king. Most adaptations don't do that.My biggest complaint, though, was the ending. There's no mention that the [...]

    2. It is Christmas Eve and Marie and Fritz are excited for the party. As ususal, Marie's Godfather brings her a neat toy that he has made, a nutcracker. She loves the toy. After everyone has gone to bed, Marie gets back up and goes downstairs. She sees her Godfather and then everything begins to grow. All the toys are the same size as her, so are the mice. The mice and the toys fight because the mice want the Nutcracker. Marie saves the Nutcracker and he becomes a Prince. The Prince takes Marie to [...]

    3. OK, see, THIS is the Nutcracker book I needed all along. This one is PERFECT because it's dancing and the story WITH dancing, not a lot of soldiers and mice and stuff, but BALLERINAS. Plus it's not too hard.The only part I didn't get was they said that everything got BIG but didn't Maria just SHRINK? That was what Mimi said. I'll have to check on that part.I just LOVE this one.So now we need to see the ballet again. With MIMI!!

    4. This is the story that started my love of the Nutcracker. Sadly I had forgotten that I read this book when I was young until my son brought this book home the other night for homework. He read it to me and we both enjoyed it.

    5. I got this for my niece for Christmas. She's not the best at sitting still for books, but she stayed still and paid attention for this entire book as I read it to her. At the end, she said, "That was a beautiful story."

    6. It is a story of a brother and sister getting into fights over their Christmas presents, but the girl's Christmas present is suppose to help her godfather and his nephew. There land, is made of sweets, it would be if Candy Land was an actual place.

    7. I read this book every year to the kids and also to Joshua's class. One of my favorite parts of Christmas. I only gave it three stars becuase this is a simple children's book, I am sure the original is worth more starts, but haven't read that one yet:)

    8. This is one of the books I have kept and continue to read each year around Christmas time. It is a nice telling of the Nutcracker story.

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