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During World War II In England, Three Motherless Children, Whose Father Is Reported Missing In Action, Go To Live With Their Grandmother In London And Join The Members Of Their Talented Theatrical Family In A School For Stage Training. Theatre Shoes (Shoes, #4)

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10 thoughts on “Theatre Shoes (Shoes, #4)

  1. says:

    February 2018 This is, very quietly, one of Streatfield s strongest works I really, really like this, from that early moment when the American soldier puts the basket half on Hannah s knees, and half on the skinny knees of the woman with her rights or maybe it s even earlier, from the implicit humor and p...

  2. says:

    The premise of Theater Shoes reminds me a little bit of Harry Potter, oddly enough After their grandfather dies, somebody comes to the the Forbes children and is like, Guess what Your grandmother is a famous actress and your uncle is a film star, and you have aunts and uncles and cousins that you never knew existed because your grandmother disowned your

  3. says:

    This is my favorite of the Shoes books, probably because I read it over and over when I was a kid While reading this copy, however, I was somewhat dismayed to realize that the copy I had was either edited down to make it shorter, or to make itcomprehensible to 1980s American children Meaning I read an abridged version the horror It was both nice to read all

  4. says:

    My favorite part of this one, the thing that s stuck with me through the years is view spoiler when Sorrel and her teacher are talking about Miranda s acting and her teacher says, But you wouldn t want to be the kind of actress anyway That is such a valuable lesson That realization that you don t quite want exactly what the person you ve been slightly jealous

  5. says:

    Confession As a child and young teen I read Theater Shoesoften than I read Ballet Shoes I would even say I loved Theater Shoes a tiny bit , though I really am not sure why.For some reason I feel strange admitting this, perhaps because Ballet Shoes is undeniably o...

  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Theatre Shoes is a charming tale about three children who come to live with their famous, impoverished, eccentric grandmother in London during WWII, and end up attending a performing arts academy.When I was younger, I totally thought that I was Sorrel, the eldest of the siblings, who fee

  7. says:

    So my local library does not have all of the Shoes series books so I went straight from Ballet Shoes to Theater Shoes I wonder if I would have enjoyed itif I d read the two that come between because Theater Shoes just seemed to be so much like Ballet Shoes, just with different kids So while it is still a good Tween read, I didn t enjoy it as much as Ballet Shoes even t

  8. says:

    When their father is lost at sea, Sorrel, Mark, and Holly are forced to move to London to live with their previously unknown actress grandmother She s determined to have them follow in the family s theatrical footsteps no matter how much they protest Do they have the talent to pe...

  9. says:

    I caught the theatre bug early on so this one was a particular favorite of mine Theatre Shoes includes characters from Ballet Shoes I always like it when I recognize people from other novels, i feel so important, as though I know someone famous and now have bragging rights.

  10. says:

    Somewhat of a follow up to Ballet Shoes as it features Pauline, Petrova, and Posy as grown up recurring characters Follows the proven formula orphans and money trouble

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