Roscoe’s grandma thinks he spends too much time on his tablet and texting friends. Roscoe isn’t so sure. Grandma thinks Roscoe should try ballet dancing. Roscoe isn’t so sure. When the decision is made for Roscoe to visit the library to see a ballet demonstration, Roscoe isn’t so sure about it because the demonstration falls on his family’s special day, father-son day. Now Roscoe’s Dad has to figure out what to do. Maybe a trip to the library can help Roscoe feel better about trying ballet for the first time.
Great for parents and teachers alike, Me, a Ballet Dancer, engages young readers with bright illustrations and encourages them to research topics.