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Shall We Dance by Shelley Shepard Gray

Title Shall We Dance
Author Shelley Shepard Gray
Publisher Blackstone Publishing
Release Date 2020-01-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781982658540
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At twenty-seven, Shannon Murphy has just discovered that she has two sisters she never knew. Now, through Shannon’s loving persistence, the three of them are moving in together above her dance studio in Bridgeport. Shannon is excited to make a home with her sisters and to grow her budding business. Then she meets her newest client—he has all the right muscles, a perfect smile, and a lot of attitude. Will Shannon be able to keep things professional with this charming stranger? Dylan Lange has a lot on his mind. He’s just been assigned a new partner at his job with the Bridgeport Police, and while he’s busy striving to protect and serve his town, he’s also trying to keep his baby sister out of harm’s way while she heals from her own trauma. And on top of everything else, he’s gone and lost a bet with his buddies, forcing him to take dance lessons. But when he walks into the dance studio to meet his instructor, a young and beautiful brunette with a sweet southern drawl is the last person he expected to find. Get ready to fall in love again as Shelley Shepard Gray takes us back to Bridgeport, Ohio, where nobody gets left behind and a powerful community helps ordinary men and women to find extraordinary strength inside themselves.

Shall We Dance by Douglas Thompson

Title Shall We Dance
Author Douglas Thompson
Publisher John Blake
Release Date 2015-05-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 364
ISBN 1784180149
Language English, Spanish, and French
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On the eve of World War I, they had the world at—and watching—their feet, enchanting New York, London, and Paris with their dizzying steps. The intimate and tragic biography of America's pioneering ballroom couple. Vernon and Irene Castle were the world’s first true celebrity couple. He, an Englishman, was tall, poised, and slim, a template for the Hollywood idols who would follow. She, a New Yorker, was a glorious, modern beauty, with her haired cropped into a "shock," a disdain for crippling corsets, and a love of a martini and a good time. Together, they beat the censors and made their vibrant dancing acceptable for all. In the fashionable quarters of New York they opened a dance school and night clubs to which Society flocked. They broke the rules by touring with black musicians, and led the way forward to the Charleston-galloping Gatsby Generation. They enlightened and enchanted from London to Paris to New York. Launching one racy dance craze after another, they taught the world to dance— and often dress—the way we do today. Yet the whirlwind story of perhaps the most influential dance team ever is also one of tragedy. Their timing, so perfect in everything else, saw Vernon Castle, at the height of their fame, return to England to enlist in the Royal Flying Corps; he saw action as a pilot on the Western Front, winning the Croix de Guerre, while his wife made special appearances to support the Allied war effort. And then, in February 1918, he was killed in a flying accident in Texas, while training American pilots for war. Irene received a last note from him: "When you receive this letter I shall be gone out of your sweet life. You may be sure that I died with your sweet name on my lips. . . . be brave and don’t cry, my angel." She and many others did cry, for as far as the world was concerned Vernon and Irene Castle could have danced all night, and forever.

Trophy Kill by Dan Zupansky

Title Trophy Kill
Author Dan Zupansky
Publisher Prohyptikon Pub
Release Date 2010-04
Category True Crime
Total Pages 400
ISBN 1926801008
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Trophy Kill: the Shall We Dance Murder. The Trial and Revelations of a Psychopathic Killer On July 1st, 2003 Susan Sarandon called police from the set of the Miramax movie Shall We Dance to report the theft of some of her jewelry, including a gold necklace. The next day Sidney Teerhuis calmly walked into a police station to report waking from a drunken blackout to find his acquantance dead in the bathtub. At the rented room police found the victim dismembered, beheaded, sawn in half, disemboweled and castrated with the chest sliced open and all of the internal organs gone! One eye had been removed and the body posed, crudely reassembled. Susan Sarandon's stolen gold necklace was found a few feet away from the murder-horror spectacle. Obsessed with celebrity, his role models-serial killers, with Susan Sarandon's stolen jewelry, Sidney hatches a diabolical plan to achieve his ultimate fantasy...

Shall We Dance by Charles Blattberg

Title Shall We Dance
Author Charles Blattberg
Publisher McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release Date 2003
Category Political Science
Total Pages 196
ISBN 0773525963
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Charles Blattberg shows that while a just politics based on dialogue is at the core of Canadians' sense of ourselves as citizens, our current forms of dialogue are inadequate. To some, we should be pleading before authorities responsible for upholding a unified foundation for our politics. Pierre Trudeau and his followers, for example, advocate a Charter of Rights and Freedoms that trumps any values not contained within it. To others, we ought to be true to the longstanding Canadian political tradition of compromise and so negotiate our conflicts, a form of dialogue that strives for accommodation rather than trumping. Blattberg argues, however, that both of these approaches have largely failed us. To him, the preferred form of dialogue in Canadian politics today should be that of conversation. As he shows, only conversation aims for the genuine reconciliation of conflict; only it will help us realize the common good that is at the heart of a truly patriotic Canadian politics.

Shall We Dance by Sheridan Morley

Title Shall We Dance
Author Sheridan Morley
Publisher St Martins Press
Release Date 1995
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 96
ISBN 0312141491
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Chronicles the life and career of the dancer and actress, including her five failed marriages and film highlights with dancing partner Fred Astaire

Shall We Dance by Sarah Albee

Title Shall We Dance
Author Sarah Albee
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2000
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 24
ISBN 0375804498
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Big and small, fast and slow, the muppets enjoy the neighborhood dance.

Shall We Dance by Maggie Alderson

Title Shall We Dance
Author Maggie Alderson
Publisher Penguin Group Australia
Release Date 2010-10-20
Category Fiction
Total Pages 434
ISBN 9781742531625
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Was he even twenty-five? He was half my age and I was dancing with him like some moon-eyed teenager.' Loulou Landers, London's undisputed Queen of Vintage Fashion, meets a man on the eve of her dreaded forty-ninth birthday. He's kind, he's sensitive, he's divinely handsome and he carries a designer suit like George Clooney. Unfortunately, he's barely half her age, and Loulou's just not ready to 'go cougar'. Then there is Loulou's 21-year-old daughter, Theo, who won't get a job, won't move out, wears chainstore fashion, and hasn't said a civil word to her mother for years. And she is on the verge of her own spectacularly unsuitable affair. So how will Loulou cope with a daughter who's off the rails, a man who won't take no for an answer, an ageing process that won't slow down – not to mention a birthday party in a camping ground? Like she always has – with wit, grit and an exemplary sense of style. 'A supreme commentator on the vagaries of fashion.' - Sunday Age 'A humorous page-turning style.' - Sydney Morning Herald 'Alderson's books have heart.' - The Melbourne Weekly 'If you love chick lit, Maggie Alderson is your idol.' - Shesaid.com 'Alderson's sensibility and wit make for clever chick lit.' - Vogue Entertaining and Travel Visit Maggie's blog

Shall We Dance by Kasey Michaels

Title Shall We Dance
Author Kasey Michaels
Publisher Kasey Michaels
Release Date 2019-10-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 310
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Perry Shepherd, Earl of Brentwood, presents himself to Society as a bit of a fribble; carefree, fairly indolent, and bored to flinders by anything remotely political. But appearances can deceive, because scratch that polished surface and the real Perry appears, an invaluable and rather ruthless covert asset to England during the late war with Bonaparte. Perry ignores the reappearance of Princess Caroline, consort of the new King George IV…until his wily uncle orders him to ferret out information that would make it possible for the new king to divorce his unwanted, blowsy, and rather audacious spouse before he is forced to crown her as his Queen. Left with no options, Perry decides the way to the Princess is through her most trusted ally, Amelia Fredericks. A little charm, a few of his winning smiles sprinkled in with a touch of flattery to the girl, and, well, as one of his new acquaintances is known to say, “Bob’s your uncle.” Except that Amelia is so sincere, so trustworthy, so devoted to Caroline…and it’s possible that both she and princess are in grave danger. Now Perry has a problem: how does he tell the truth to the woman he’s been lying to even as he falls in love with her? Don't miss the book that precedes this story, featuring Morgan Drummond: The Butler Did It “Michaels truly shines in this gem of a historical romance rich in witty dialogue and intriguing political maneuverings.” -- Review by Patty Engelmann; American Library Association.

Shall We Dance Mr Koshy by Thangasurabi Bright Raj

Title Shall We Dance Mr Koshy
Author Thangasurabi Bright Raj
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2008
Category Indic fiction (English)
Total Pages 329
ISBN 8188811602
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Candace Selvakumari Jones is a fashion designer-turned-merchandiser from Chennai, India, who is pissed off with the lifeless life that she is leading. This free spirit hasn t partied in the last four years. All she ever did was work her butt off. And just when she decides to go and dance away a Saturday night, work plays spoilsport again. She is forced to fly to Bangalore. Now, Candace can t help but swear at those plotting crooks [read: colleagues] and at the cruel twist of fate.

Shall We Dance by Eric Zimmerer

Title Shall We Dance
Author Eric Zimmerer
Publisher Ace of Hearts
Release Date 2003-01-01
Category Ballroom dancing
Total Pages 169
ISBN 1932358099
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Entangled Mobilities in the Transnational Salsa Circuit
Author Joanna Menet
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2020-05-26
Category Social Science
Total Pages 218
ISBN 9781000079708
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With attention to the transnational dance world of salsa, this book explores the circulation of people, imaginaries, dance movements, conventions and affects from a transnational perspective. Through interviews and ethnographic, multi-sited research in several European cities and Havana, the author draws on the notion of "entangled mobilities" to show how the intimate gendered and ethnicised moves on the dance floor relate to the cross-border mobility of salsa dance professionals and their students. A combination of research on migration and mobility with studies of music and dance, Entangled Mobilities in the Transnational Salsa Circuit contributes to the fields of transnationalism, mobility and dance studies, thus providing a deeper theoretical and empirical understanding of gendered and racialised transnational phenomena. As such it will appeal to scholars across the social sciences with interests in migration, cultural studies and gender studies.

Shall We Dance Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schulz

Title Shall We Dance Charlie Brown
Author Charles M. Schulz
Publisher It Books
Release Date 1999-03-24
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 0694010502
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Charlie Brown signs up for dance lessons, he meets the girl of his dreams who asks him to the Sweetheart Ball. With his head in the clouds and his feet on the floor, Charlie Brown's greatest date goes awry when Snoopy wants to waltz, too.

Shall We Dance by Brian H. Edwards

Title Shall We Dance
Author Brian H. Edwards
Publisher EP BOOKS
Release Date 1984
Category Religion
Total Pages 153
ISBN 0852341903
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Take The Lead by Shelley Shepard Gray

Title Take the Lead
Author Shelley Shepard Gray
Publisher Blackstone Publishing
Release Date 2020-09-08
Category Fiction
Total Pages 420
ISBN 9781982658571
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Growing up in foster care, Officer Traci Lucky had a rough start to life, but things are looking up now that she’s found a place in Bridgeport with two sisters she never knew she had. One night while on the job Traci finds Gwen, a pregnant teen caught up in a dangerous world of drugs, and takes her straight to the hospital. There Traci encounters the oh-so-charming Dr. Matt Rossi, who surprises Traci with his compassion—and his movie-star good looks. A busy ob-gyn with a huge, meddling Italian family, Matt Rossi hasn’t had much time for love in his life. All that changes when he meets the beautiful Officer Lucky. He’s intrigued by her strength and the kind heart she tries to hide beneath her tough exterior. When Matt confides that he needs to learn to waltz for his brother’s wedding, Traci reveals that her sister happens to be a ballroom dance teacher. Next thing they know, Matt and Traci are juggling busy careers, helping young Gwen with her pregnancy and personal safety, and learning to waltz together. But when Gwen’s escalating problems threaten to put all of them in danger, they wonder if they’ll ever find time for a little romance too. Shelley Shepard Gray takes us back to Bridgeport, Ohio, a town where family comes in all different shapes and sizes, love has no limits, and community means everyone deserves a little help when they’re lost.

Shall We Dance by Maggidah Shoshannah Brombacher, PhD

Title Shall We Dance
Author Maggidah Shoshannah Brombacher, PhD
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2021-07-27
Category
Total Pages 164
ISBN 1648831087
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Echoing the sentiments of Protestants Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, in 1965 the Roman Catholic Church's Second Vatican Council produced a document known as Dignitatus Humanae, a universal declaration on human rights. This document emphasized the right of every human being to express the spiritual side of her/his nature by having the freedom to choose any avenue of religious practice s/he may find suitable. There is a long tradition in human history where the rights of others have been denied, or denigrated, and it was time to right this wrong. Whether it is by forced conversion at the hands of militant violent actors, missionary zeal, or the subtle expression of anti-Muslim or antisemitic attitudes, the result is a dehumanizing abridgment of the fundamental human right of religious freedom. Unfortunately, violation of this basic human right continues with alarming regularity in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and other parts of the world. And also, here in the United States.

Jazz Dance by Candice Ransom

Title Jazz Dance
Author Candice Ransom
Publisher North Star Editions, Inc.
Release Date 2017-08-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781635174717
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Introduces the history and basic concepts of jazz dance. Easy-to-read text, vibrant photos, and dance tips will make readers want to get up and dance.

Walt Disney S Cinderella by Disney Press

Title Walt Disney s Cinderella
Author Disney Press
Publisher Disney Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2001-01-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 12
ISBN 0736411186
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The magical ballroom scene from Walt Disney's Cinderella is brought to life with punch-out figures from the film. Inside book covers include a beautiful backdrop of the royal ballroom.

Dangerous Rhythm by Richard Barrios

Title Dangerous Rhythm
Author Richard Barrios
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2014-04-08
Category Music
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780199973859
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Singin' in the Rain, The Sound of Music, Camelot--love them or love to hate them, movie musicals have been a major part of all our lives. They're so glitzy and catchy that it seems impossible that they could have ever gone any other way. But the ease in which they unfold on the screen is deceptive. Dorothy's dream of finding a land "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" was nearly cut, and even a film as great as The Band Wagon was, at the time, a major flop. In Dangerous Rhythm: Why Movie Musicals Matter, award winning historian Richard Barrios explores movie musicals from those first hits, The Jazz Singer and Broadway Melody, to present-day Oscar winners Chicago and Les Misérables. History, film analysis, and a touch of backstage gossip combine to make Dangerous Rhythm a compelling look at musicals and the powerful, complex bond they forge with their audiences. Going behind the scenes, Barrios uncovers the rocky relationship between Broadway and Hollywood, the unpublicized off-camera struggles of directors, stars, and producers, and all the various ways by which some films became our most indelible cultural touchstones -- and others ended up as train wrecks. Not content to leave any format untouched, Barrios examines animated musicals and popular music with insight and enthusiasm. Cartoons have been intimately connected with musicals since Steamboat Willie. Disney's short Silly Symphonies grew into the instant classic Snow White, which paved the way for that modern masterpiece, South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut. Without movie musicals, Barrios argues, MTV would have never existed. On the flip side, without MTV we might have been spared Evita. Informed, energetic, and humorous, Dangerous Rhythm is both an impressive piece of scholarship and a joy to read.

Save The Last Dance by Shelley Shepard Gray

Title Save the Last Dance
Author Shelley Shepard Gray
Publisher Blackstone Publishing
Release Date 2020-11-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781982658601
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kimber Klein has left the modeling world behind. She’s sick of the constant pressure to be perfect and ready to live her life without watching every little thing she eats. She’s also really happy to finally spend some time getting to know herself and the two sisters she never met until recently. Life is good ... mostly. Kimber can’t stop worrying about a stalker she’s hoping she left behind in New York City. She doesn’t think he’s found her in Bridgeport, until one day she leaves her volunteer job at the elementary school library to find two of her tires slashed. Has her old life come back to haunt her in Ohio? Gunnar Law is satisfied with his life as a single dad. He’s still getting to know his son, Jeremy, since he’s only been fostering the teen for a short while. While parenting someone you only just met can be a little awkward, Gunnar loves Jeremy and plans to adopt him as soon as they can get the paperwork through. Life is pretty simple, and he likes it that way. Then one afternoon, he and Jeremy stop to help a distraught—and extremely beautiful—woman who had her tires slashed in the school parking lot. And suddenly life doesn’t seem quite so simple anymore. In this final chapter of the Dance with Me series, Shelley Shepard Gray leads us back to Bridgeport, Ohio, where family comes in all shapes and sizes, everyone deserves a second chance, and falling in love happens when you least expect it.

Dance Dance Dance by Haruki Murakami

Title Dance Dance Dance
Author Haruki Murakami
Publisher Vintage
Release Date 2010-11-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9780307777683
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dance Dance Dance—a follow-up to A Wild Sheep Chase—is a tense, poignant, and often hilarious ride through Murakami’s Japan, a place where everything that is not up for sale is up for grabs. As Murakami’s nameless protagonist searches for a mysteriously vanished girlfriend, he is plunged into a wind tunnel of sexual violence and metaphysical dread. In this propulsive novel, featuring a shabby but oracular Sheep Man, one of the most idiosyncratically brilliant writers at work today fuses together science fiction, the hardboiled thriller, and white-hot satire.