Stage School: Sara's Big Chance by Holly Skeet
  

Stage School: Sara's Big Chance

Written by Holly Skeet

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It’s frightening what goes on when two great friends want the same part and one of them will do almost anything to get that part. Friendships are left in tatters as tensions mount but eventually it’s the cool, calm and collected nature of one of them that shines through in the end as well as the realisation that tantrums and under-handed action jujst doesn't work. Budding and aspiring young wanabee actresses will love this terrific series.

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Stage School: Sara's Big Chance by Holly Skeet

The pupils of Marcia Lane School of Drama and Dance are auditioning for roles in Mary Poppins and Sara is hoping that this is her big chance. But Lizabeth, another talented student, also has her eye on the same role and she is prepared to go to extremes to make sure that the part is hers. Can Sara keep her cool and shine like a star?

About the Author

Holly Skeet

Holly Skeet lives in Reading. She is also the author of the Triplets series published by Scholastic under the name Holly Webb. The Stage School series are Holly’s first books for Bloomsbury.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Holly Skeet
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Publication date

5th February 2007

ISBN

9780747587200

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