Dance Class: So, You Think You Can Hip-Hop #2020

Dance Class: So, You Think You Can Hip-Hop By Crip BéKa Dance Class So You Think You Can Hip Hop Julie Lucy and Alia are BFF s who share one passion dance Between programs in ballet and modern dance they also slip in classes on many other styles including hip hop a class run by the hunk KT wh
  • Title: Dance Class: So, You Think You Can Hip-Hop
  • Author: Crip BéKa
  • ISBN: 9781597072540
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dance Class: So, You Think You Can Hip-Hop By Crip BéKa Julie, Lucy and Alia are BFF s who share one passion dance Between programs in ballet and modern dance, they also slip in classes on many other styles including hip hop, a class run by the hunk KT, who s got all three competing for his attention As they prepare for the ballet Sleeping Beauty, they d love to see him play Prince Charming Any girl with a love for danceJulie, Lucy and Alia are BFF s who share one passion dance Between programs in ballet and modern dance, they also slip in classes on many other styles including hip hop, a class run by the hunk KT, who s got all three competing for his attention As they prepare for the ballet Sleeping Beauty, they d love to see him play Prince Charming Any girl with a love for dance and taking classes will find this gag filled series irresistible
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    1. I was concerned about how much weight was a factor in this book It featured unhealthy mindsets such as Alia vowing no chocolate cake ever again after accidentally breaking a barre, or Carla saying you really pigged out during vacation to Alia when she had miltiple layers of clothing on because she was cold Then there is the fact that Lucie s two friends try to prevent her from seeing a bakery shop so that she won t eat there It seemed cruel to me that all of Lucie s classmates, even her friends, [...]



    2. I picked this up because I have a 10 year old sis who dances I read it to see if maybe it was something that she would like Then I got hypercritical and am not interested in sharing it with her I have never been in a competitive dance culture, but I know a few stories I don t know if this book is collecting stereotypes but I think that some of them are harmful For example, a new bakery opens up across the street from the studio where the girls spend a lot of time One girl decides to indulge by g [...]


    3. As someone who studied dance, got my degree in it, and now teaches it, I was bound to love this comic For the most part, it was pretty accurate to my own experiences while being able to add an element of humour to it Someone who knows dance has clearly put their time and research into this I see it has gotten some criticism over weight issues within the context of the book, I didn t find it too problematic, as the only girl who criticises another for her weight has already been shown to be the v [...]


    4. Kids who like stories centered around stereotypical mean girl drama will like this graphic novel I liked that people of color were represented fairly well they had some lines and personalities, anyway, and didn t appear to be a token presence However, I disliked the not so subtle digs at the chubby girl who, btw, was the only realistically proportioned member of the group and the scene where the ballet instructor calls the group ladies and girls despite the continuous presence of the boy in the [...]


    5. At first I thought that the art was attractive and that the subject, a dance class would be fun However, I was soon to be disappointed Rather than having any flow to the story stories many of the pages felt like one liners and the entire volume just a collection of jokes I was especially bothered by the jokes about weight and the fact that the slightly rounder girl was portrayed as stupid and having weight issues despite looking a lot healthier than the other girls This may sound strange, but I [...]


    6. I really enjoy reading about dance, but this just didn t really have enough of a story for me to enjoy it Weight issues are a real part of dance culture, particularly ballet, and anyone who says differently is either lying, in denial, or has no experience I thought this book handled that reality with humor and didn t try to pretend it doesn t exist The jokes and jargon in the book are definitely for people who dance and can relate This isn t a book you would hand to a non dance person and expect [...]


    7. Cute but somewhat forgettable I noted what some other reviews have cited as concerns, but if you re trying to accurately depict what happens for real among dancers, issues like weight are pretty much right at the top What I like about Lucie is that she seems to accept herself, despite being teased from time to time, and for the most part the others seem to accept her as well She keeps right on dancing.


    8. I really wanted to like this book but the overemphasis on weight made it impossible to do so I realize that weight is important aspect of dance but I felt that the message being portrayed i.e if you eat a piece of cake then you will break the barre could be dangerous to young girls already insecure with their bodies.


    9. References to being drunk, constantly talking about weight loss and how one character is fat and therefore stupid implied , and fulfilling really crappy gender stereotypes Blech Would not recommend.


    10. Despite being rife with hurtful stereotypes, this was plain boring The paper thin story barely makes an appearance, and the jokes don t land I don t think I ll be investing in the rest of this series.


    11. Valid points regarding the comments of weight as it referred to one of the characters They re degrading, ruded relatively common in actual dance classes That said, the book was in keeping with my expectations, which weren t too high to begin with Cute for one liners.


    12. De Dance Academy is echt een leuke strip Hilarisch, met ook wat verliefdheid naar leraren of leuke jongens De meeste strips zijn 1 pagina lang, maar er zijn er ook een paar die 2 pagina s zijn, of een heel verhaal vormen De tekenstijl is ook leuk en kleurrijk Zeker een aanrader.


    13. Another quick read in the library while waiting for time to pass I really liked it simply because I am a dancer and understood most of the jargon and jokes Not everyone has as much appreciation for classical dance.





    14. Not thrilled by the one note characters especially the ever so slightly chunkier girl who s always after cakes , but I can see why 7 10 year old girls are eating it up.





    15. This would have been cute if not for the bodyshaming of the one curvy character, the preoccupation with weight, and the implication that eating a donut will make you break the barre Dislike.



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