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Mitchell Lane Publishers, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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From the time she was nine years old, Selena sang with the family band. They played at weddings, dances, and festivals. They did not make much money. But after years of hard work, Selena was becoming well known. In 1987, she won the Tejano Music Awards. In 1989, the band signed a contract with EMI Latin. In 1994, the album Selena Live! won a Grammy for the best Mexican-American performance. Selena was a millionaire by the time she was nineteen. She was on her way to international stardom. She was making an English-language album. She had her own boutique. But not all success stories have happy endings... This is the story of Selena. Book jacket.

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