PAR-TAY! : Dance of the Veggies (and their friends) by Eloise Greenfield
When a family leaves the house for an outing, the vegetables have a house party.
This is It by Daria Peoples-Riley
A young dancer finds confidence in herself in this picture book about dance, individuality, and self expression.
Peddles by Elizabeth Rose Stanton
Peddles is a pig with big ideas–he wants to be a dancer.
Frances Dean Who Loved to Dance and Dance by Birgitta Sif
Frances Dean loves to dance. She feels the wind and she dances. She hears singing birds and she dances. In her every waking moment, she is inspired to move. But as soon as anyone is around, Frances Dean’s knees begin to tremble, butterflies start to flutter in her tummy, and she forgets how to dance.
Giant Dance Party by Betsy Bird
Six-year-old Lexy Tanz loves dancing so much that she wants to share her skills with others, and when she is becoming discouraged because no one wants lessons from a girl so small, a herd of hairy giants arrives to test her teaching ability.
Hip-hop Lollipop by Susan McElroy Montanari
Follow a little girl as she moves, swings, and grooves her way through her bedtime routine, dancing all the while, until she finally closes her eyes and dances through her dreams.
The Nuts : Sing and Dance in your Polka-dot Pants by Eric Litwin
Hazel Nut wants to sing and dance, but Mama, Papa, and Wally Nut are too busy, so Hazel calls in a special family member to get everyone moving.
Zoogie Boogie Fever! : an animal dance book by Sujean Rim
What do the animals at the zoo do when the gates close at night? They boogie until dawn!
Cockatoo, too by Bethanie Deeney Murguia
Who can can-can? Find out in this hilarious book that features cockatoos, two more cockatoos, and tutued toucans too!
Sock Monkey Boogie-woogie by Cece Bell
Sock Monkey, the famous toy actor, tries to find a dance partner for the Big Celebrity Dance.