If Sugar Plum Fairies, tutus, and ballet slippers dance in your little one's dreams, this book is the perfect present!  Add one of our gorgeous handmade ballerinas, available in ornaments, rattles, or plush dolls, to complete a beautiful gift package.


Watch your favorite dancer twirl on tiptoes, find the five ballet foot positions, and plie with pleasure after reading this book and learning about all things ballet.  Following the alphabet, in T is for Tutu: A Ballet Alphabet, dancer Sonia Rodriguez, with husband Kurt Browning, introduces this dance form from its beginnings at the court of Louis XIV to basic positions and training to famous stage roles. 


If your child is just starting a journey into the wonder-full world of dance and ballet, T is for Tutu is an incredible introduction.  Tutus and leotards, pointe shoes and ribbons, stretching exercises at the barre - these are all familiar images when one is thinking of ballet. But there's much more to this historic dance form than pink tulle.  Beautiful illustrations, poems, and bonus ballet information will surely open your tiny dancer's imagination and unleash dancing dreams!

T is for Tutu - A Ballet Alphabet

  • Sonia Rodriguez has been the Principal Dancer with The National Ballet of Canada since 2000.  She is married to Kurt Browning, four-time world champion figure skater

  • Published in the United States by Sleeping Bear Press

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