On the Line: My Story of Becoming the First African American Rockette


Author: Jennifer Jones


Illustrator: Robert Paul, Jr.

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In this picture book autobiography, former dancer Jennifer Jones tells the story of how her determination and the unwavering support of her mother helped her become the first Black Radio City Rockette. Perfect for fans of trailblazers like Misty Copeland, Mae Jemison, and more.

For Jennifer Jones, dancing has always made her feel free, like she can do anything. But when Jennifer was a child, some people didn’t think that she had a future as a dancer because she is biracial. With the support of her family, especially her mom, she proved that everything is possible when you believe you belong.

With beautiful watercolor illustrations from artist Robert Paul Jr., On the Line is an inspiring true story about manifesting your dreams.