Diana always feels bored and out of sorts. Her family, teachers, and doctors are worried about her perpetual despondence until a random melody inspires her to dance. Now able to express herself through music and movement, she finds new joy in life. Diana’s story will resonate with both children and adults as subtle themes and expressive artwork explore the power of self-esteem, individuality, and the benefits of kinesthetic learning and differentiated education in the classroom.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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