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Bibi and the sad ballerinas

Monique de Varennes

Bibi and the sad ballerinas

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Published by Atheneum Books for Young Readers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magic -- Fiction.,
  • Friendship -- Fiction.,
  • Music box -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    A rich woman purchases a magic jewel box and sets out to make the two tiny ballerinas within it smile again.

    Edition Notes

    StatementMonique de Varennes ; illustrated by Ana Juan.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsJuan, Ana, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.V427 Bi 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3296139M
    ISBN 100689876653
    LC Control Number2004019622


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A peculiar book about a rich lady named Bibi Branchwater who wants two of everything. She was friendless until she bought a jewelry box with two sad-faced ballerinas.

But with nurturing, love and care, she is eventually makes a sad situation a happy one.4/5. out of 5 stars The Jewel Box Ballerinas Reviewed in the United States on January 7, In The Jewel Box Ballerinas, Bibi Branchflower is so rich that she has two of everything--two houses, two limos, and two little pugs that, in the book, look kind of cute and insane at the same time/5(10).

Upon opening the box, she is captivated by the two beautiful but sad ballerinas inside. Little does Bibi know that her purchase of the jewel box and the care she shows the ballerinas will result in an amazing transformation for herself and the dancers/5(6).

The shopkeeper explains that the box is enchanted—all who look on the ballerinas will see sorrow in their faces. Soon Bibi becomes more concerned with her sad ballerinas than with worldly riches.

What will make them happy. It is her love that finally transforms them into living, breathing, happy children—and gives Bibi two real : Perfect. The shopkeeper explains that the box is enchanted--all who look on the ballerinas will see sorrow in their faces. Soon Bibi becomes more concerned with her sad ballerinas than with worldly riches.

What will make them happy. It is her love that finally transforms them into living, breathing, happy children--and gives Bibi two real friends. Reading level: Ages Hardcover: 40 pages Publisher: Schwartz & Wade (Septem ) In The Jewel Box Ballerinas, Bibi Branchflower is so rich that she has two of everything—two houses, two limos, and two little pugs that, in the book, look kind of cute and insane at the same only thing Bibi doesn’t have is a friend.

One day she happens upon a tiny little shop and finds a. But Miranda and Mathilda look extremely sad, so Bibi sets upon a mission to cheer them up. When all of the gifts and entertainment in the world won't even produce a smile from the ballerinas, Bibi thinks a change of scenery will do the trick.

It's on this journey that something magical truly happens, changing Bibi's life forever/5(10). The Jewel Box Ballerinas: : Monique De Varennes, Ana Juan: Books.

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But she doesn’t have even one friend. Then she buys a jewelry box with two very sad ballerinas in it. As Bibi tries to cheer up the ballerinas, find out what she discovers about true friends.

First the Egg, by Laura Vaccaro Seeger. What. Buy The Jewel Box Ballerinas by Monique De Varennes, Ana Juan (Illustrator) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. One day she visits a small shop and purchases an exquisite jewel box.

Upon opening the box, she is captivated by the two beautiful but sad ballerinas inside. Little does Bibi know that her purchase of the jewel box and the care she shows the ballerinas will result in.

Perfect. The shopkeeper explains that the box is enchanted—all who look on the ballerinas will see sorrow in their faces.

Soon Bibi becomes more concerned with her sad ballerinas than with worldly riches. What will make them happy.

It is her love that finally transforms them into living, breathing, happy children—and gives Bibi two real Brand: Random House Children's Books.

Click to read more about The Jewel Box Ballerinas by Monique de Varennes. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(8).

Why, Bibi wonders, must the ballerinas look so sad. Her quest to make them happy again takes her to the far corners of the globe, leading her, at last, to an unexpected destination. Best Book A Bank Street College Best Book of Special Recognition, Paterson Prize for Books for Young People into The Jewel Box Ballerinas.

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Year A: J In The Jewel Box Ballerinas, Bibi uses her riches to buy two of everything. On one of her shopping sprees, she obtains a jewelry box with two sad ballerinas. After she loses them while shopping, Bibi realizes how much she treasures them, wailing, “Oh, Miranda.

Oh, Mathilda. The Jewel Box Ballerinas, by Monique de Varennes, illustrated by Ana Juan. Bibi has two of everything money can buy. She has two houses, two dogs, and even two big black limousines. But she doesn’t have even one friend.

Then she buys a jewelry box with two very sad ballerinas in it. As Bibi. The book – I heard on the Reading the End podcast that Helen Oyeyemi was having a collection of short stories out later this year, and while searching for that (FYI, it’s What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours and is out in April in the UK, possibly earlier in the US) I came across an NYRB she’d written an introduction for.

Sometimes the capacity for friendship and caring can be found in unlikely places. Bibi, a wealthy woman who loves fine things, doesn't have any friends. One of her possessions is a bejeweled music box that has two beautiful, but very sad-looking, ballerinas inside.

When Bibi eventually acknowledges the ballerinas' sadness, she tries to cheer. A bit of a disappointment - the story about the female alien, Bibi from Jupiter, who comes down to earth to study at an American university was great; even though the premise was truly absurd (an actual alien from Jupiter comes down to study at an American university like it's a normal thing, and gets roomed with the narrator who tries to make sense of the school and her - it's fun, quirky /5.

Bibi And The Sad Ballerinas. By Ana Juan (illustrator) and Monique De Varennes. See complete details on each edition (1 edition listed) in a colorful picture book about a young person's life in a rural land. By Kelly Cunnane and Ana Juan. See complete details on each edition (1 edition listed).

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Monique de Varennes & Ana Juan's THE JEWEL BOX BALLERINAS (, $) tells of one Bibi who has two of everything - except friends.

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