Dance the Hora, Isadora is an exhilarating, dance-filled tale that will leave any reader eager to fly around a large, open space, synchronizing with others to a lively tune.
At a buoyant family wedding, Isadora, with the help of her spry grandma, embraces the hora, a classic Jewish dance. Enthusiastic, she brings the hora to her beloved dance class and introduces it to her teacher and the other students.
With appealing pastel and floral illustrations and an exuberant story, Dance the Hora, Isadora is a joyous and delightful book — so much so that it is recommended to wear dancing shoes while reading.
Award-winning journalist and freelance writer, Helen Weiss Pincus, has taught memoir writing and creative writing throughout the NY Metro area to senior citizens and high school students. Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Record, The Jewish Standard, and other publications. She recently added “Bubby” to her job description.