As the most famous ballerina


That evening Rose makes a lot of new friends.

They’re circling around her, because everyone wants to talk to her.

Anemone doesn’t lose sight of the girl, except when

she’s dancing with the fairies to the music of a gnome orchestra.

They almost seem to float in the sky as they jump and whirl.


After the applause has fadeout, everyone looks at Rose. If she too

would like to dance, asks the fairy, who welcomed when she arrived.

She won’t have to do it alone, the other fairy’s will dance with her.

‘I can’t do it very well yet,’ Rose says shyly, ‘but I would like to try.’

Then she dances as beautiful as the most famous ballerina she’s ever known.













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