by Linda Skeers
When Emma receives a ballerina outfit from Uncle Leo, she doesn't quite know what to do with it. She doesn't know how to be a ballerina, but everyone around her, from the mailman to her brother, has advice on what to do and how to act. Emma realizes that she's more of a cowboy boots and kazoo kind of girl, and that everyone can interpret what a ballerina is in their own way (even the cat!). A joyous reminder that not everyone has to be alike.