Tommy is so excited. His first-grade class is putting on a play about Peter Rabbit, and he’s sure to get the starring role. But in his enthusiasm, Tommy talks too much in class, so his teacher decides that he should play Mopsy instead—and Mopsy doesn’t have any lines! Tommy is disappointed until he gets an idea. If he can’t be the star, he can still get the audience’s attention by reacting to everything Peter Rabbit does. But how will Tommy’s mother and teacher react to his performance?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - www.librarything.com
A bit long and complex - it might have worked better if presented as a memoir, and maybe in a 'beginning chapters' format. In a picture-book, one expects either honest humor, or a clear message. The ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Emilywilson23 - LibraryThing
Stagestruck, a piece of realistic fiction, tells the tale of a student who is eager to play the role of Peter Rabbit in the upcoming school play. When the teacher sees his constant side comments and ... Read full review