Introducing “Camille”, the third and final installment of the “Alice” series

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Welcome to the third and final installment of the “Alice” series!

SYNOPSIS

“When Camille finds out her beloved dance teacher, choreographer, and studio owner is leaving, she is worried about her future. She fears that Studio Pineapple, where she has been dancing for five years, is going to close or be sold to someone she won’t get along with. But she soon finds out that while changes are hard, they often bring an opportunity to grow and blossom. This third installment of the Alice series can be read as a sequel or independently of the first two stories.”

READING LEVEL

The novel has 3,600 words and 340 headwords with lots of cognates. I wrote it with level 2 and above students in mind. Here is a sample for you to read in order to decide if the language is appropriate for you and/or your students.

PRAISE FOR “CAMILLE”

FREE RESOURCES

For those of you who want to supplement the story, there is a cultural glossary at the end of the book and a YouTube playlist with useful videos. Here are some ideas on how to use these resources:

  • Listen to one chapter or the entire book, read by me 🙂 Click here to access the recording.
  • Explore the Ballet National De Marseille with a very comprehensible interview of Clara Cafiero, an apprentice at the Ballet.
  • Watch an audition from La France a un Incroyable talent with Marianne James as judge (and review buying fruits and vegetables at the market!).
  • Dance the Soukous with Aurélie ! She has two great tutorials (in English).

PURCHASE YOUR COPIES

Illustrations J. Nolasco

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