About the Book
Named for its penchant for standing on one foot, FOOTLOOSE is a charming tale about a goose! In this book, Footloose loses a feather!
Volume 8 of the BEAUTIFUL BIRDS series for children.
(The BEAUTIFUL BIRDS series is also part of Kira Seamon's book series: Glorious Boston! My Backyard and Beyond.)
Professional ballerina Kira Seamon enjoys teaching children. She has taught a Ballet Stories Workshop at the Massachusetts Dance Festival, which was a state-wide Festival held in 2 venues across Massachusetts. The University of Mass at Amherst and The Boston Ballet School served as the venues for this prestigious dance festival.
Kira also was a Dance Teaching Artist in a Cambridge Public School, leading a 1st and 3rd grade in dance workshops as part of Cambridge's Dance in the Schools Month.
She has taught children's classes, (including creative movement), lead Theme Dance workshops and performed a 1-Woman show for children in the Borders Bookstore in Boston's historic Back Bay. She also enjoys hosting Dance Birthday parties!
This is her tenth children's book.
Features & Details
- Category Children
Standard Portrait, 8×10 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Jun 19, 2011
- Tags children's books, nature photography, parents and families, New England, Kira Seamon, funny animal, baby geese, geese, teacher, teaching, kids, photography, art, entertainment, water, animals, children, Boston, birds, humor, funny, goslings, goose
Professional ballerina Kira Seamon enjoys photography when she isn't dancing! She is inspired by sights found in her backyard and beyond! She has been perfecting her photographic skills for 10 years, and these books are the result. Her choreography has been seen across the US. She enjoys dance competitions and has won an over-all title and trophy in both Regional Competition and at the World Finals! She has won multiple platinum awards and Special Awards from judges, recognizing her strong music background and beautiful balletic turns. She frequently accompanies her cast on the piano during her concerts. She was awarded a Grant from the Cultural Council for her unique, 1-Woman concert which featured her performing ballet and playing the piano. Her concerts have been fortunate to have collaborators from New England Conservatory, Boston Conservatory, MIT, Boston College, Wellesley College and numerous other artistic institutions. Don't forget to check out her Youtube Channel!