En pointe

Bayliss, Chloe

275, 8 unnumbered pages of plates
illustrations (chiefly colour), portraits
On cover: A true story of hope, hardship and never giving up on your dreams
Summary: Chloe Bayliss was born to perform and thanks to a lot of hard work and determination, she's on her way to being a ballerina. At sixteen, she gets accepted into an international dance school and everything she dreamed of is about to come true. But then overnight a mystery illness takes Chloe from starring in Swan Lake to clinging to life in a hospital bed. Never in her wildest dreams could she have imagined the hurdles she would face - but also how she would eventually triumph. Against all odds, she finds a whole new way to flourish, and despite the challenges she faces, Chloe never stops dreaming big. En Pointe is the real-life story of how an aspiring ballerina became an inspiring young actor after overcoming a life-threatening illness
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