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Eva in the spotlight —Elliott, Rebecca, author, illustrator.

Eva's class is putting on a play, Snowy White and the seven owlets, but Eva is a little disappointed when she is cast as the Magic Mirror (and Snowy White's understudy); the owl students are making all the sets, props, a...

Thea Stilton and the missing myth —Stilton, Thea, author.

While vacationing in Greece, the Thea sisters are asked to help find an actor who has gone missing right before the opening of his play.

Jacob's school play : starring he, she, and they —Hoffman, Ian, 1962- author.

Jacob's class learns about the use of pronouns of their own choosing when, while preparing for a school play, they learn that their non-binary and gender-fluid classmate, Ari, prefers "they."

Stage fright —Cabot, Meg.

Allie's theatrical hopes are crushed when, instead of being cast as the princess, she is given the role of the evil queen in the fourth-grade class play.

Curtain call —Holm, Jennifer L., author.

"Babymouse tries out for the middle school play, but instead of landing the lead role, she gets stuck with playing a clown with one line of dialogue"-- Provided by publisher.

Hattie in the spotlight —Green, Poppy, author.

When Hattie Frog learns that Oak Hollow Theater is putting on a play and anyone can audition, she knows it's her time to shine. Sophie is surprised because Hattie is usually so shy! But she supports her friend and helps ...

Surviving the Applewhites —Tolan, Stephanie S.

Jake, a budding juvenile delinquent, is sent for home schooling to the arty and eccentric Applewhite family's Creative Academy, where he discovers talents and interests he never knew he had.

The Berenstain bears get stage fright —Berenstain, Stan, 1923-2005.

Sister Bear worries about her lines in the school play while Brother Bear has no fear. Guess who forgets the lines during the performance?

Stage fright on a summer night —Osborne, Mary Pope.

Jack and Annie travel in their magic tree house to Elizabethan London, where they become actors in a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream and try to rescue a tame bear.

Eyes like stars —Mantchev, Lisa.

Seventeen-year-old Bertie strives to save Theater Illuminata, the only home she has ever known, but is hindered by the Players who magically live on there, especially Ariel, who is willing to destroy the Book at the cent...

Frankie's favorite food —Garrity-Riley, Kelsey, author, illustrator.

'Frankie's Favorite Food' is a scrumptiously adorable story about a boy, a school play and his love for food. Featuring foods from all over the world, this debut picture book will make you hungry for more! Ages 3 to 7

No more dead dogs —Korman, Gordon.

Eighth-grade football hero Wallace Wallace is sentenced to detention attending rehearsals of the school play where, in spite of himself, he becomes wrapped up in the production and begins to suggest changes that improve ...

Tune it out —Sumner, Jamie, author.

Twelve-year-old Lou Montgomery's life has been centered on her mother's terrifying plan to make her a singing star, but a crisis reveals Lou's sensory processing disorder and people determined to help her address it.

My life is a joke —Patterson, James, 1947- author.

"Jacky Hart has found a hidden talent in the performing arts, and she's a triple threat onstage! She wants nothing more than to act and sing all summer--but her parents have other plans for her"-- Provided by publisher.

All about Ellie —Barkley, Callie, author.

When she wins the lead role in the school play, second grader Ellie neglects her friends in the Critter Club and their new animal shelter.

A midsummer night's Dreamy —Redbank, Tennant, author.

When Dreamy the kitten agrees to help Tillie the tailor make costumes for the upcoming Whisker Haven play, she discovers that costume design makes her very sleepy! Will the costumes be ready by opening night?

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