Magenta in the Pink: The Dramas of a Disaster-Prone Diva

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Hachette Children's Group, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 231 pages
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Magenta Orange is back--and this time she’s center stage. Magenta is desperate to star in the school production of Grease--she has always dreamed of being a Pink Lady--but chaos at the casting means she ends up stuck firmly behind the scenes. And it's not long before she's getting into trouble again--developing a crush on the leading man, accidentally sabotaging the scenery, and trashing ex-boyfriend Daniel's skateboard in a vain attempt to impress hunky bad boy Ryan. Now it's not just the set crashing around her ears, but all the dreams of superstardom and summer romance too.

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she thinks her boyfriend is cheating on her but he actually isnt when she breaks up with him she thinks he doesnt care byt actually eveery minute all he can think about is her
p.s good book


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About the author (2007)

Echo Freer is the author of Blaggers, Mimosa Fortune, and the Magenta Orange series.

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