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About the Author: Noel Streatfeild

Mary Noel Streatfeild known as Noel Streatfeild was an author best known and loved for her children's books including Ballet Shoes and Circus Shoes She was born on Christmas Eve 1895 the daughter of William Champion Streatfeild and Janet Venn and the second of six children to be born to the couple Sister Ruth was the oldest after Noel came Barbara William 'Bill' Joyce who died of TB p



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  1. says:

    February 2018 This is very uietly 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 personality in stressing that Grandfather needed to underline that last animal before he died And that personality subtle though it may be carries through the entire book through Mark's letters from Wilton House to this momentGrandmother looked at him a little while in silence Then her eyes twinkled Go to your horrid little boys' school I've one great comfort Mark What an atrocious nuisance you will be to the Royal NavyTRUST ME WHEN I TELL YOU HOW HILARIOUSLY PERFECT THIS ISJuly 2015 This is another good one and it isn't hampered by the constant Fossil mentions One thing that struck me this reread particularly reading all the Shoes books out of order is that there's no clear timeline established for all the talented kids who look up to the Fossils I'm convinced this is the first one because it's so clearly a wartime book its strongest aspect and I think the novel states that Pauline is only eighteen which means constant mentions of her aren't completely ridiculous since she'd been a student at the school so recentlyMadame Fidolia is also recognizably herself here or at least recognizable as the character who first appears in Ballet Shoes In Movie Shoes and Traveling Shoes she's practically a fairy godmother which doesn't work with her previously established character I've decided that Movie Shoes takes place a few years after this book and that the Miriam name dropped in it as a talented dancer is this book's Miriam Cohen a delight but very much Posy Fossil 20; in contrast Holly is much uniue character how many truly promising Miriams can there be at Madame Fidolia's school? And Traveling Shoes must come last; I can't imagine the Forums touring Russia and Japan during World War II The only uestion is why Ettie hasn't heard of Sorrel or Miriam or even Rachel from Movie ShoesI shouldn't hold the confusing timeline against this book though It's charming


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    Booklovers everywhere have all drooled over the little book shop Kathleen Kelly owned in the delightful movie You've Got Mail We've relished the thought of working among such an atmosphere of twinkle lights and children's literature And what a selection she had too Whoever was in charge of choosing the books to be highlighted in the movie did a pretty top notch job Have you read them all? Notable mentions are The Betsy Tacy books and The Shoe SeriesNoel Streatfeild wrote Ballet Shoes and Skating Shoes and Theatre Shoes and Dancing Shoes I’d start with Ballet Shoes first; it’s my favorite Although Skating Shoes is completely wonderful—but it’s out of print —Kathleen Kelly You’ve Got MailIf you haven't read this fun series it's about time you did Ballet Shoes probably should be read first but the stories are all pretty individual with different characters in each; the only thing linking them are shoes and the characters in the first book being referenced once or twice in a couple other titles So if you or your child has a favorite recreation and there's a shoe for it you'd be fine just starting with the one you're excited about the mostEnjoyAges 8 14Cleanliness The main characters don't always do what is right but they do learn from their mistakes and improve their character The word Jap is used to refer to the Japanese Alcohol is mentionedLike my reviews? I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book so you'll know just how clean it is or isn't I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which enable you to clean up your book before reading it Visit my website


  3. 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 mother for eloping YOU'RE A WIZARD HARRY I thoroughly enjoy this book It's about discovering talent you never knew you had because nobody ever looked at you and said You're good at reciting poetry you should go on the stage It's about finding your tribe about making the most of every opportunity even the crappy ones my favorite part is when Sorrel is dancing in the chorus of lambs at the first concert for the wounded soldiers and she smiles at a Chinese soldier who then asks to meet her and gives her a little fish pendant for good luck and about being the best you that you can be even when the world is putting pressure on you to be somebody or something else I also love the sort of meta post Ballet Shoes world this book is set in with perfectly in character letters from Pauline Petrova and Posy This is also the book that taught me what Cockney rhyming slang was featuring such sentences as And when it comes to dishing up I never know how to drag my plates of meat up the apples and pears Alice for the win


  4. 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 it comprehensible to 1980s American children Meaning I read an abridged version the horror It was both nice to read all the missing parts and very odd because the book seemed clunkier and like it dragged with all the extraneous detail addedAnyway I'm giving it five stars anyway because it is a fantastic description of Blitz era London from a child's point of view that and nostalgia And it's charming My mother grew up in the UK post WW2 and this book really made me realize what an affect rationing coupons blackouts and the like had on the population I love love love all the theatrical details and the competitive nature of the relationship between Miranda and Sorrel and I like all the secondary and tertiary characters a great deal Upon re reading though I think the grandmother should have been ashamed of how her grandchildren were treated and I wish the aunts and uncles had taken slightly interest in their welfare


  5. says:

    My favorite part of this one the thing that's stuck with me through the years is view spoilerwhen 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 uite want exactly what the person you've been slightly jealous of has hide spoiler


  6. says:

    Confession As a child and young teen I read Theater Shoes often than I read Ballet Shoes I would even say I loved Theater Shoes a tiny bit though I really am not sure whyFor some reason I feel strange admitting this perhaps because Ballet Shoes is undeniably of a higher calibre But there you have it


  7. says:

    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 academyWhen I was younger I totally thought that I was Sorrel the eldest of the siblings who feels a great deal of responsibility for her younger brother and sister but who also has ambitions of being an actress Sorrel is pretty good but she has a lot to live up to her late mother was a beloved actress who left the stage to marry and Sorrel's grandmother is still performing in the West End Everyone else in the family has some connection to showbiz not least Sorrel's spoiled cousin Miranda who is an insanely talented actress as well as a bit of a bitch but who obviously cares so much about her acting that it's really impossible not to have sympathy for her Sorrel is forced to agree with Alcott's declaration that talent isn't genius and no amount of hard work will make it so but the fact that she still has so much to learn makes her easy to relate to Anyway we can't all be MirandaIt's been years since I read Theatre Shoes but I remember it fondly as a well written slightly archaic and surprisingly realistic portrayal of three kids trying to sort out who they are and what they want to be


  8. 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 it if 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 though I liked some of the characters better in Theater I enjoyed Miriam's dancing character than Posy for example Still I'm glad to have read it On to Skating Shoes now


  9. 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 perform on the stage? Will they be able to adjust to this glamorous but difficult family?


  10. 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


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