Series: Tallulah


TALLULAH'S TAP SHOES by Marilyn Singer
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 5, 2015

"The ballerina-to-be explores new and challenging steps—successfully. (Picture book. 4-7)"
To toe or to tap—that is the question for Tallulah. Read full book review >
TALLULAH'S TOE SHOES by Marilyn Singer
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 19, 2013

"A charming entry in the ongoing saga of Tallulah. (Picture book. 4-7)"
Toe shoes are de rigueur for ballerinas, and Tallulah wants them—now! Read full book review >
TALLULAH'S SOLO by Marilyn Singer
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 1, 2012

"A lovely story that gently and effectively presents common childhood difficulties wrapped in a world of tutus and sparkles. (Picture book. 3-7)"
The ballerina-in-training sparkles in her return engagement when she learns to be a good big sister and to share the spotlight. Read full book review >
TALLULAH'S TUTU by Marilyn Singer
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 1, 2011

Young Tallulah knows she can be "a great ballerina—if only she had a tutu." She works hard in ballet class, which her mother tells her is also necessary, but her teacher rewards her with hugs—not a tutu. Tallulah decides that the tutu must be coming from Paris but is stuck in traffic in New Jersey. Several classes later the tutu still has not arrived, so Tallulah throws a tutu temper tantrum and quits. She does keep dancing in the street, in the park and in the supermarket. There, an encounter with a tutu-clad young girl who cannot dance turns the tables and Tallulah sees the light. She will take class and, in time, earn her tutu. The setting is an upscale New York City neighborhood artfully depicted in the watercolor illustrations. Tallulah's little brother, who loves to dance, and an adorable dog provide some comic relief. The glittery pink cover and endpaper spreads of the five ballet positions are appealing, and Singer weaves the language of ballet throughout her story. Unfortunately, the behavioral issues are too easily resolved, leaving readers to believe that earning a tutu really doesn't take all that much more application than Tallulah has already shown. An additional purchase. (Picture book. 3-6)Read full book review >