Fulton Books author Dr. Karen Campbell Kuebler, a wife and mother with a lifelong passion for dancing and dance history, has completed her most recent book "Cakewalking with Queen Aida": a charming tale that explores the history of the Cakewalk dance and the life and times of famed dancer Aida Overton Walker.
"Explore the foot-shuffling, high-kicking, leg-marching Cakewalk Dance with the Queen of the Cakewalk: Aida Overton Walker," writes Kuebler. "She started dancing as a child at her local dance studio in New York City and grew up to share her dancing and choreographic talents by touring around America and Europe from the 1890s through 1914. Walker's performances were described as theatrical, artistic, and refined. Connect with the past, learn some American history, and have fun with Queen Aida and the Cakewalk!"
The Cakewalk was the first national dance of the United States.
Published by Fulton Books, Dr. Karen Campbell Kuebler's book is an enthralling tale that explores the Cakewalk dance craze that once swept through America and even Europe and will help to introduce young readers to an important moment in dance history.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase "Cakewalking with Queen Aida" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Dr. Karen Campbell Kuebler's New Book 'Cakewalking With Queen Aida' is an Educational Story About the Cakewalk Dance Craze and One of the Dance's Most Prolific Dancers