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Author Quattlebaum, Mary.

Title Sparks fly high : the legend of Dancing Point / retold by Mary Quattlebaum ; pictures by Leonid Gore.

Publication Info. New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.
Location Call No. Status
 Nichols Juvenile Nonfiction  J 398.2 QUA    AVAILABLE
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Description 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm
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Summary When Colonel Lightfoot and the Devil hold a lengthy dance contest to see who will control a plot of land along the James River in Virginia, the result is a surprise for both participants. Colonel Lightfoot is never modest, especially when it comes to his dancing or his fine Virginia land. One piece of that land is turning to mud, and the devil himself is rumored to live in that murky mess, for on dark nights sparks fly high. How to put an end to the devil's mischief? Why, a dance contest with the fiery fiend himself. The colonel bristles with confidence, but the devil is equally sure of himself, until, recognizing his own false pride in the devil's boasts, the colonel discovers the perfect way to outsmart him. Witty, expressive illustrations aglow with color bring to life a Colonial American tale that sizzles and snaps with humor and folk wisdom.
Study Program Accelerated Reader LG 3.4 0.5 110968
Note Accelerated Reader LG 3.4 0.5 110968
Subject Dance -- Folklore.
Devil -- Folklore.
Contests -- Folklore.
Folklore -- Virginia -- Juvenile literature.
Added Author Gore, Leonid, illustrator.
ISBN 0374344523
9780374344528
Standard No. 9780374344528
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