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Disney Manga: Magical Dance Volume 1: 03/14/19

Disney Manga: Magical Dance Volume 1

Sometimes a cover just demands my attention. Disney Manga: Magical Dance Volume 1 by Nao Kodaka is one of those books. Lilo & Stitch is one of my favorite films. So seeing a manga with Stitch on the cover made me curious enough to try the first volume.

Rin wants to join a dance competition but she's not as coordinated as the others on the team. Discouraged and ready to quit, she's befriended by Tinkerbell. With the pixie's help, she able to summon various Disney characters to help her learn a new dance step or to give her the motivation to keep going.

She dances with Mickey, Stitch, Chip & Dale, Lilo & Stitch, and, Cinderella. There are currently two volumes.

Three stars

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