Emma and her grandpa, Pop, are tap-dancing pals. They dig-shuffle-chug through town and put on a clickity-clacking, tip-tapping show every year on Emma’s birthday. But Pop is getting old. He starts forgetting things, even Emma’s birthday. And he stops dancing. Can Emma help Pop’s feet remember how to dance? Clickity-clack, clickity-clack, stomp-stomp-clickity-clack....Endearing illustrations rendered in gouache and pencils show that even the smallest act may spark a memory in an Alzheimer’s sufferer.
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At a young age, author Sarah Lynn discovered her love of dance and making music with her feet. Now as an adult, Sarah makes her own music with words. She lives in Southern California with her husband and children. And she still keeps a pair of tap shoes tucked away . . . just in case.
Learn More: www.sarahlynnbooks.com
Illustrator Valeria Docampo is a graduate of the University of Buenos Aires with a degree in graphic design and visual communication. In 2008, she was one of thirty Argentinian artists whose work was exhibited at the international Bologna Children’s Book Fair. Learn more: www.valeriadocampo.com.ar
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