Starring Winston Egbert
Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, 1990 - Juvenile Fiction - 74 pages
Winston Egbert annoys everyone in class when he gets a lead role in the school play. He's constantly rehearsing his lines. But what will he do when the fredzes onstage on opening night? Illustrated.
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audience Audition auditorium backstage boss Bossy Winston Break a leg Caroline CHAPTER Charlie costume cranberries curtain dancers dian dience Elizabeth looked Elizabeth saw Ellen excited feather friends funny give thanks Gobble going grade Grandma and Grandpa Grasso grinned holiday Indian chief Indian dance Indian dress Indian girls Jamaica Jessica asked Jessica frowned Jessica looked jump rope knew know-it-all laughed Lila giggled little bit long dresses looked at Jessica lot of lines onions Otis's class pumpkin pie rain dance raised her hand ruining the rehearsal salted fish say his lines share this corn show-off sister smiled squash stage stage fright star started stomped stuffing Sweet Valley teacher teased Thanksgiving play third graders Todd told tryouts turkey twins wait walked wear wild rice Winston Egbert Winston had gotten Winston looked angry Winston said loudly Winston shouted word Miss Johnson