Published by Harry N. Abrams
Summary: Anyone needing to brush up on their dance moves will find inspiration in this book. Everyone dances–kids, adults, parents, grandparents, principals, and construction workers. Everyone, that is, except for one boy who crosses his arms and flat-out refuses. A girl (his sister?) tries to convince him, showing him different places and moods that lend themselves to dancing, and even giving him a chart with more than a dozen dance moves. But even a two-page-spread dance party that includes robots, dinosaurs, and a giant disco ball fails to convince him. Finally, he stalks off to his room, where he reveals that his preferred style of dancing is alone, and shows his moves on the final page. 40 pages; ages 3-7.
Pros: So much energy! This would make a fun dancing storytime, with plenty of inspiration in the cute illustrations.
Cons: I wished a few of the pictures were a little bit bigger for the purpose of sharing with a group.