Sophia The Girl Who Dreams Of Being A Ballerina

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Sophia  The Girl Who Dreams Of Being A Ballerina

It tells the story of a girl who dreams of being a ballerina, but her parents are unable to afford ballet lessons. However, an unexpected event of destiny, ends up being favorable for Sophia to realize her dream of being a ballerina.

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