Drama Queen

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Scholastic, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 164 pages
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When Charlie and her best friend Nicole decide to try out for the junior high's musical production of Robin Hood, it's mostly to impress Kyle. He's in eighth grade, he's cute, and he's sure to snag the lead. But Charlie's nerves get the best of her at the audition, and she winds up in the chorus... as a woodland creature. If that wasn't bad enough, snooty eighth-grader Amber lands the role of Maid Marian, and she won't let Charlie forget it. The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama behind the scenes! But when the curtain finally goes up, it reveals something no one expected... especially Charlie. Could a girl from the chorus wind up in the spotlight?

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Chalie loves to sing- and is really good at it, but doesn't want to do it in front of other people. When she auditions for the school's musical production of "Robin Hood," she messes up and almost ... Read full review

best candy apple book I read (so far)

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Well basically this is one of the best candy apple books I have read so far. But seriously they need to buy it more then people really do it is a really really really good book! People buy it read and ... Read full review



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Lara Bergen has written more than 100 books for kids, including the Candy Apple titles DRAMA QUEEN, I'VE GOT A SECRET, and SEE YOU SOON, SAMANTHA. Her fantastic Little Apple series, SOPHIE, is fresh, funny, and packed with personality!

A former editor, Lara lives with her husband and children in New York City.

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