Item description for The Red Hot Rattoons [UNABRIDGED] by Elizabeth Winthrop...
What do you when your world is turned upside down? If you're five young rats with music in your soul and dancing in your blood, you head for the Hollow, and the chance to dance at the Boom Boom Room.But not even wise old Uncle Switchtail can prepare Benny, Fletcher, Ella, Woody and Monk for the dangers they'll face on the way to their dream. The kids have talent, grit and determination. Will that be enough to survive unexpected treachery, and a trip to the world of the humans?The Red-Hot Rattoons is filled with laughs, hair-breadth escapes, and enchanting characters. Even better, it vibrates with the key ingredients of all great backstage stories: heart, hope, and the unique joy that comes from chasing a dream with every ounce of strength and courage you possess.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.34" Width: 6.94" Height: 1.25" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Jan 22, 2004
Publisher Full Cast Audio
ISBN 193207645X ISBN13 9781932076455
Availability 0 units.
More About Elizabeth Winthrop
Elizabeth Winthrop is the award-winning author of books for all ages, including The Castle in the Attic and Counting on Grace. She lives in New York City and the Berkshires.
Elizabeth Winthrop currently resides in the state of New York. Elizabeth Winthrop was born in 1970.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Red Hot Rattoons [UNABRIDGED]?
Fun, exciting, gripping Dec 2, 2004
A book about dancing rats. Doesn't sound like a sure-fire winner, does it? But this tale of perserverance and determination makes a wonderful and gripping read. The fantasy rat world is only half the story--the other half is the fascinating account of the hard work, training, and innovation of the dance troupe. By the time the Rattoons get to Rat Hollow, you know how very hard they've worked, and you're rooting for their success. Not only was this a fun read, but it was an interesting and eye-opening look at the work that professional dancers put in before they're ready for the Boom-Boom Room.
A Tail (PUN INTENDED) Of Uncommon Valor... Oct 29, 2003
... uncommon, because the valor is demonstrated by a group of five rat siblings. Each lives out his/her own quirks, qualities, and weaknesses, but more importantly, as a whole, they demonstrate the power of a group united by a dream. Along with all of *that,* it is a rollicking good read, full of adventures and mishaps, with eventual victory, though a surprising one! A terrific book for fourth through seventh graders.