By Wendy Cheyette Lewison

Whilst Tilly desires to put on her tutu for all time and rips it at the playground, Mama suprises her with the easiest position to put on it--dancing category.

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By morning, Mama had Tilly’s tutu all fixed. It looked brand-new! But that wasn’t the only surprise Mama had for Tilly. “I know just the perfect place for you to wear your tutu,” said Mama. “It isn’t the supermarket. It isn’t the zoo. ” It was dancing class! And that’s where Tilly went in her tutu every week, so she could learn how to dance . . . just like a real ballerina.

It looked brand-new! But that wasn’t the only surprise Mama had for Tilly. “I know just the perfect place for you to wear your tutu,” said Mama. “It isn’t the supermarket. It isn’t the zoo. ” It was dancing class! And that’s where Tilly went in her tutu every week, so she could learn how to dance . . . just like a real ballerina.

It looked brand-new! But that wasn’t the only surprise Mama had for Tilly. “I know just the perfect place for you to wear your tutu,” said Mama. “It isn’t the supermarket. It isn’t the zoo. ” It was dancing class! And that’s where Tilly went in her tutu every week, so she could learn how to dance . . . just like a real ballerina.

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