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Stage Fright

Stage Fright

Scritto da Meg Cabot

Narrato da Tara Sands


Stage Fright

Scritto da Meg Cabot

Narrato da Tara Sands

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (17 valutazioni)
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3 ore
Pubblicato:
Sep 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545222488
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Descrizione

Allie is crushed when she is cast as the evil queen in the fourth grade class play. But she soon learns it’s the size of the heart, not the size of the part that matters.
Pubblicato:
Sep 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545222488
Formato:
Audiolibro

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Informazioni sull'autore

Meg Cabot’s many books for both adults and tweens/teens have included multiple global and #1 New York Times bestsellers, selling over twenty-five million copies worldwide. Her Princess Diaries series has been published in more than 38 countries and was made into several hit films by Disney. Meg is still waiting for her real parents, the king and queen, to restore her to her rightful throne. She currently lives in Key West, FL, with her husband and various cats.


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  • (5/5)
    This book is one of those rare books where you laugh halfwaythrough the first page. You will not regret reading this funny classic!
  • (5/5)
    This was one of the best books that I have read in my life! This book is the 4th book of 4. This book is for kids in 6th through 8th grade. If you like books that are interesting then you will really enjoy this book! You will be on the edge of your seat throughout the whole book. If you enjoy these books then you will love the whole entire series! I hope that their will be more books in the series!
  • (5/5)
    It was so good I really like the Play it was super good I love listening to it and enjoying it.
  • (5/5)
    My daughter and I love the story and the voice actor.
  • (2/5)
    I love love love love this book collection :] :].
  • (5/5)
    it's really great and probably the best book in the series!?
  • (3/5)
    Allie and her class are putting on a play that their teacher wrote about recycle. But there is a big problem almost every girl wants the same part and that is the lead role. Allie really wants that part but she finds out at the last minute that her best friend Sophie wants the part too. Allie dose not want to hurt Sophie's feelings if she did get the part.But Allie wants to be the best one there and bet Cheyenne so that she dose not get the part because everyone thinks she dose not deserve it. Allie went and asked her uncle if he could help her with practicing the lines of the main role and help her do her best. When the parts came out most of the people were disappointed because only one got the main role and that person was Sophie. Allie was very disappointed but she found out that the evil queen had more parts or lines then anyone in the whole play. After that most people were happy expect for Cheyenne. I did not like this book the way I liked the others but it was good. The reason why I do not like this book much is because it dose not have a much humor that the other books have. But I kind of do like the book because all the rules people can live off and there is a lot of lessons to learn. Also it shows young readers how to deal with bulling and friend problems. The reason I rated the book with only 3 stars is because it is not as good as the others. It dose not have much humor and affection to the readers. that is the reason I do not really like this book.
  • (4/5)
    Allie Finkle and her fourth grade class are putting on play for the school’s open house. Everyone is really excited to audition and several students want to be the lead. Including Allie’s BFF Sophie and Cheyenne, a mean girl in Allie’s class.After reading through the play, Allie decides she wants to try out for the Princess too and asks her Uncle Jay for help. Allie isn’t sure how Sophie will react when she finds out Allie is auditioning too, but Allie doesn’t allow this to hold her back.Things take an interesting turn when Mrs. Hunter, Allie’s fourth grade teacher, announces the parts. Sometimes stardom can quickly go to one’s head… even a fourth grader’s!
  • (5/5)
    Stage Fright comes out strong, setting a very powerful and perfect tone to a great story. This series really is great for fans of Barbara Park's snarky Junie B. Jones. It's the same brand of humor, and fans who may have outgrown Junie and are looking for something new to read will definitely find the same type of honest outlook on the world from Allie. Cabot is really good at keeping up with current pop culture and putting in age appropriate references, which would make the books all the more appealing with her target audience. This book is not only adorable and kid-friendly, it also contains simple environmentally-friendly facts for them to learn and hopefully adapt in their own lives. We need more books telling our children how to be environmentally friendly in this day and age, so kudos to Cabot for blending it in with the plot so well! This book, like its predecessors and sequel, carries out fantastic characterization and is just as humorous, too! The ending's a little anticlimactic and predictable, and I do not think the title fits even slightly, but it's a cute read and I'm sure kids would really enjoy it.
  • (5/5)
    This is another great edition to the Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls series. In this installment, Allie's fourth grade class is going to present a play about the merits of recycling and includes a princess, an evil queen, a fairy godmother, and soldiers. All the girls in Mrs. Hunter's fourth grade class want to play Princess Penelope especially Cheyenne, Sophie, and Allie. However, Allie decides to keep her desire to play Princess Penelope a secret when her best friends all agree that Sophie would be the most perfect princess since she is so sweet, beautiful, and dramatic.At first, Allie decides she can't try out for the part of Princess Penelope because it may hurt Sophie's feelings, but then with the help of Uncle Jay she decides that she should try out for the role because you only live once. Thus, Allie, Sophie, Cheyenne, and many other girls audition for the part of Princess Penelope. What will happen? Can Allie and her "queens" remain best friends? Will bratty Cheyenne steal the show? Is Allie destined to be the star of this show?I greatly enjoyed this book. At times I thought it was super detailed especially with all the information about the play, but Meg Cabot still made the book shine and sparkle like all of the other books about the fabulous "queens."