Kiki always wanted to be something impossible,- a tight rope walker, a cowgirl, and so on. Then she went to the ballet and...

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KIKI DANCES

Kiki always wanted to be something impossible,- a tight rope walker, a cowgirl, and so on. Then she went to the ballet and found a new role for herself which her mother approved of and made possible by sending her to ballet school. All this- and a realistic ending- is told in brief captions and lots of typically Steiner pictures. Caricature quality- and inexcusably unprepossessing adults make this unappealing, but there's a kind of Steiner humor that has appeal at all age levels. The ballet school idea is certainly a novel one, and some content value as well.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949