Rap A Tap Tap

Rap A Tap Tap

Book - 2002
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"There once was a man who danced in the street / He brought pleasure and joy to the people he'd greet / He didn't just dance, he made art with his feet / Rap a tap tap--think of that!"

This simple book for young children has the added bonus of describing the life of a ground-breaking African-American tap dancer. Bill "Bojangles" Robinson was one of the most popular entertainers of the 1920s-30s. People said he "talked with his feet," and in the Dillons' graceful paintings of old New York, he dances from page to page to the tune of a toe-tapping rhyme. Rap a tap tap--think of that!
Publisher: Blue Sky Press,� 2002
ISBN: 9780590478830
Branch Call Number: E DILL
Additional Contributors: Dillon, Diane


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Apr 06, 2015

Too repetitive

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