Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls: Stage Fright
Written by Meg Cabot
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A new title in this best-selling series full of appeal for all cool and clever girls who like to be sure they are doing the right thing. This time Allie Finkle sets out her rules for how everyone should behave when a play is to be put on. Not everyone can have the star part of the princess but what will happen to those who don’t and will they play by the rules? Meg Cabot captures the highs and lows of school drama.
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Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls: Stage Fright by Meg Cabot
When Allie's class puts on a play, every girl in Room 209 wants to try out for the part of the princess - including Allie, Sophie and (ew!) Cheyenne. Not everyone can be the leading lady - but who will try to steal the show, who will get scared, and who will get a tiny bit jealous? Some not-so-friendly competition puts some of Allie Finkle's rules to the test ...There are no small parts. Only small actors. May the best man - or woman - win. If you want to get anywhere, you can't play by the rules.
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5th March 2010
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