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Sora Searches for a Song: Little Cricket’s Imagination Journey

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  • By Once Upon a Dance
  • Narrated by Amy Barron Smolinski
  • Audiobook • 00 hrs 19 min

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As the symphony floated above, Sora searched deep inside for a song. But nothing came. Melodies tickled across Sora’s toes, legs, and back as the little cricket searched in vain.

Then a stern voice pierced the song, and the music stopped. “Someone’s not singing.”

Discover one little cricket’s beautiful pursuit of inspiration. Readers are invited to stretch, balance, jump, and move along with the creatures in this delightful story of perseverance and celebrating your own unique voice. An enchanting sound-enhanced resource perfect for kindergarten and first-grade classrooms, dance teachers, and families at home.

Sora Searches for a Song is ideal for ages 5-8. It features Sora (no pronouns), birds, fish, frogs, dragonflies, turtles, snakes and more. Delight your little one or class with this dance-and-move-along audio story, complete with nature and animal sounds. Track 2 includes Ballerina Konora’s suggestions for movement exploration. As kids move along with the characters, they experience head/tail connection, dynamic posture, vestibular action, balance, movement quality, partnering, and more.

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Author: Once Upon a Dance

Length: 00 hrs 19 min

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ISBN: 978-1-955555-70-8

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Once Upon a Dance

Once Upon a Dance offers movement, breath, joy, connection and imagination through stories. Their catalog (25 books across four series) offers a positive role model and features diverse characters. Story themes—beyond movement and dance—include empathy, friendship, helping each other, the value of practice, making new friends, self-acceptance, sibling relationships, anger management, and working toward a goal.

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About the Author

Once Upon a Dance offers movement, breath, joy, connection and imagination through stories.

Their catalog (25 books across four series) offers a positive role model and features diverse characters. Story themes—beyond movement and dance—include empathy, friendship, helping each other, the value of practice, making new friends, self-acceptance, sibling relationships, anger management, and working toward a goal.

Visit DanceStories.com to learn about this mother-daughter duo, review book details, or check out parent/teacher resources. Follow Once Upon a Dance (@Once_UponADance) for upcoming sneak peaks, dance photos, and the latest on their goofy
cats.

Ballerina Konora is living her dreams as a full-fledged professional ballerina. Teacher Terrel arrived in Seattle after a Peace Corps stint teaching English and dance. Complementing decades of dance instruction, Terrel worked in early childhood education and for non-profits supporting kids. She was recognized by her local City Council for “embodying the spirit of partnership and commitment to children in our community” for her work with young dancers.

The stories are lovingly crafted, and all royalties are donated. Once Upon a Dance has won numerous awards and accolades, including a Kirkus Reviews Starred Review, Mom’s Choice Gold Award, and nine first place book awards. In 2022, Outstanding
Creator Awards named Once Upon a Dance a Top 10 Author.

A charming children’s book with valuable basic dance lessons on every page.
—Kirkus Reviews

Punchy, superbly illustrated and packed full of fun – and dance!
—The Wishing Shelf

Sora’s transformations lead to a wonderful gain in confidence that is sure to be mirrored by those who dance along with the story. With a strong message of celebrating oneself, being open to learning new skills, and finding a place of belonging, Sora Searches for a Song is a book you will read again and again.
—Chanticleer Book Reviews

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As the symphony floated above, Sora searched deep inside for a song. But nothing came. Melodies tickled across Sora’s toes, legs, and back as the little cricket searched in vain.

Then a stern voice pierced the song, and the music stopped. “Someone’s not singing.”

Discover one little cricket’s beautiful pursuit of inspiration. Readers are invited to stretch, balance, jump, and move along with the creatures in this delightful story of perseverance and celebrating your own unique voice. An enchanting sound-enhanced resource perfect for kindergarten and first-grade classrooms, dance teachers, and families at home.

Sora Searches for a Song is ideal for ages 5-8. It features Sora (no pronouns), birds, fish, frogs, dragonflies, turtles, snakes and more. Delight your little one or class with this dance-and-move-along audio story, complete with nature and animal sounds. Track 2 includes Ballerina Konora’s suggestions for movement exploration. As kids move along with the characters, they experience head/tail connection, dynamic posture, vestibular action, balance, movement quality, partnering, and more.

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