The Ants Who Couldn’t Dance



When the music plays, everyone gets up to dance…except the ants. They can lift and build and dig, so why can’t they twirl and dip and jig? As the ants try to dance, they discover they are better together in this toe-tapping tale of cooperation and teamwork.

Written by Susan Rich Brooke
Illustrated by Paul Nicholls


ISBN: 9781503757134
Dimensions: 10.25″ x 8″
Pages: 40
Age: 4-7

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