The Hula-Hoopin' Queen
Godin and Brantley-Newton have created a vivid community where neighbors take time to greet one another on the street, celebrate birthdays, and enjoy an impromptu hoop-jam. The result is a charming book that celebrates diversity and the whirling plastic circle that brings people together. The Hula-Hoopin’ Queen is a wonderful addition to any hooper’s library and Godin’s story harkens back to a more playful, childhood experience.This book is a wonderful resource for hoop teachers who work with children or are interested in introducing their local community to the joys of hooping too.
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