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Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps

She is imaginative, clever, determined, and in love with dancing. Am I talking about your daughter or Angelina Ballerina? I just watched Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps with my family and that playful mouse was such a delight.

angelina ballerina the next steps

Have you fallen in love with Angelina Ballerina yet? Available on PBS, this little mouse has made her debut in an all-new TV series! Watch Angelina dream of dancing like a real ballet star while solving life problems and bonding with her little sister.

Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps

Each episode has a lesson that is very important to me as a parent. I try not to allow my children to watch shows that focus on fighting or conflict. Instead, I opt for educational programming and Angelina Ballerina is a perfect fit with PBS’ Fall lineup.

Yes, she makes mistakes like other 8 years old typically do. However, Angelina is a quick learner and really captures the joys and frustrations a child faces while growing up. That’s why I love this mouse ballerina show.

Did I mention she loves to dance? My daughter wears her tutu while watching the program and has even started taking ballet classes because of how much she loves the show!

Be sure to check PBS for scheduling on when you can see Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps PBS KIDS!!

Who Wrote Angelina Ballerina?

The original Angelina Ballerina books were written by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig. The first book in the series, Angelina Ballerina, was published in 1983. As of 2016, there are more than two dozen books in the series. In addition to the original books, there are also Angelina Ballerina picture books, chapter books, and activity books. There are also Angelina Ballerina movies and a television series.

Katharine Holabird is a British writer and former ballet dancer. She was born in London in 1936. After attending the Royal Academy of Dancing, she danced with the Sadler’s Wells Ballet (now known as the Birmingham Royal Ballet) and other ballet companies. She later became a teacher and choreographer. In addition to the Angelina Ballerina books, she has also written several other books for children.

Helen Craig is a British illustrator and writer. She was born in Yorkshire in 1934. She studied at the Bradford School of Art and the Chelsea School of Art. After college, she worked as a textile designer before becoming an illustrator. In addition to illustrating the Angelina Ballerina books, she has also illustrated many other picture books, including some that she wrote herself.

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Wednesday 25th of November 2009

I have been trying find out what time it come on, so far I only watch clips from the Angelina Ballerina site.

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