The Resource Let's dance, Grandma!
- Let's dance, Grandma!
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- written and illustrated by Nigel McMullen
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- Let us dance, Grandma!
- More than anything, Lucy loves to dance. But her mother warns her not to try to dance when her grandma comes to visit, because grandmas simply do not dance. Together Lucy and her grandma play ball, hide-and-seek, cards, and even dress up. But what Lucy wants more than anything is to dance one dance with her grandma. Will she get her wish?
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