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Prima Ballerina Darcey Bussell takes you on a captivating journey to a faraway land of ballet and magic, the wonderful world of Enchantia! The first of a sparkly new series for all young girls who dream of being a ballerina, or simply love to dance... Delphie's greatest dream is to become a ballerina, and she can't quite believe it when she is invited to join the new ballet school. But there's more to Madame Zarakova's than it at first seems and with the help of some very special ballet shoes, Delphie finds herself spinning into a whole new world! Key title / The first book in a major new series for 5-8 girls from world-famous Prima Ballerina Darcey Bussell / Free 'red ballet shoes' necklace with first book! / Readers will identify with ordinary girl Delphie Durrand and share her dreams to become a real ballerina / Girls who love dancing, fairytales and anything magical will be enchanted by this new series / Major nationwide marketing and PR campaign planned featuring Darcey with events and signings around the UK / Partnership planned with the Royal Academy of Dance to ensure all budding ballerinas know about this new series! / www.magicballerina.com - a pink and sparkly microsite will allow girls to interact with all their favourite characters from Enchantia / Darcey Bussell was recently on tour with Katherine Jenkins in the highly succesful musical show, Viva La Diva
Darcey Bussell is a world famous Prima Ballerina. She joined the Royal Ballet School when she was 13 and, despite starting later than most of the other students, became a Principal of the Royal Ballet at just 19, at the time the youngest ballerina ever to be given this honour. Darcey received both the OBE and CBE awards during her time with the Royal Ballet, and since officially retiring in 2007 she has teamed up with Katherine Jenkins in the phenomenally successful Viva la Diva. She is married with two daughters.
"Don't be surprised if your child asks for a magical pair of red ballet shoes." Telegraph Magazine "Delightful." You Magazine (Mail on Sunday) "A delight for any young reader who sees herself as a budding ballerina." MumKnowsBest.co.uk