Tip-tap Pop

Tip-tap Pop

Book - 2010
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Emma and Pop have been tap dancing together since before she could talk, but Pop becomes very forgetful and can no longer dance until one special day when he hears Emma's steps and they find a way for him to join in.
Publisher: New York : Marshall Cavendish, 2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780761457121
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Docampo, Valeria 1976-- Illustrator

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forbesrachel Jan 28, 2013

A girl and her grandpa share a love of dance. It is incredibly heartwarming to see this girl help him remember dance even as he forgets other things. Most authors like to show dance, but this author is unique for she shows it by using onomatopoeic words, therefore giving you a sense of what movements are occurring beyond the drawn picture's capabilities.

McIndoo Aug 15, 2012

A great book about dancing, sing-song language, grandfathers and memory loss filled with large colourful illustrations that put a smile on one's face.

emilymelissabee Jul 31, 2012

A beautiful and engaging story about a little girl and her grandfather who dance together until he forgets how. She helps him remember. A lovely way to talk to kids about memory loss.

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