All Dil­lon wants is to be a real dancer.

DREAM TEEN Magazine - - Book Review -

And if he wins a sum­mer schol­ar­ship at Dance-Splo­sion, he’s on his way. The prob­lem! His dad wants him to play foot­ball. And Dil­lon’s freestyle crew, the Dizzee Freekz, says that dance stu­dios are for sell­outs. His friends want Dil­lon to kill it at the au­di­tion—so he can turn around and tell the stu­dio just how wrong their rules and cre­ativ­ity-stran­gling ways are. At first, Dil­lon is will­ing to go along with his crew’s plan, even con­vinc­ing one of the snob­bi­est girls at school to work with him on his tech­nique. But as Dil­lon’s danc­ing im­proves, he won­ders: what if stu­dios aren’t the en­emy? And what if he ac­tu­ally has a shot at win­ning the schol­ar­ship?

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