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by Elizabeth M. Rees

  • ISBN: 0689819501
  • Author: Elizabeth M. Rees
  • ePub ver: 1679 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1679 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse (October 1, 1998)
  • Formats: mbr docx lit mobi
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: Arts Music & Photography
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Series: Heart Beats (Book 3). Board book: 192 pages. Publisher: Simon Pulse (October 1, 1998). I read all of the "Heart Beats" books. They're great! "In the Spotlight" helps teens, like myself, understand true friendship

Series: Heart Beats (Book 3). They're great! "In the Spotlight" helps teens, like myself, understand true friendship. Sophy and Inez are friends until Inez is chosen over Sophy in an audition. Then Sophy gets mad atInez.

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6 primary works, 6 total works. Book 3. In the Spotlight. by Elizabeth M. Rees. Book 1. Moving As One. Sophy's always been the lead dancer, but . ore. Shelve In the Spotlight.

Book in the Heart Beats Series). In the third exciting story about the talented young dancers of Dance Tech comes In The Spotlight. Select Format: Board book. Sophy's always been the lead dancer.

Find nearly any book by Elizabeth M. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. In the Spotlight (Heartbeats 3). ISBN 9780613158442 (978-0-613-15844-2) Bt Bound, 1999.

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Sophy has always been the lead dancer, but a newcomer suddenly threatens her position--her boyfriend's sister, Inez--and the rest of the dancers at Dance Tech try to maintain peace. Original.
Comments (2)

Viashal
I love this book! The first two books in this series, "Moving as One" and "Body Lines" tell us all about Carlos and Sophy and Inez and Daly and all the other kids at the new dance school Dance Tech. Carlos and Sophy are meant for each other. But they seem to have a hard time getting together--when they do, problems start up. I like these books because these kids are real even if their dance school is not quite believable. Still I'd love to go to a school like theirs. Most of my friends are Latino and I love that one hero and his sister are too. Inez is very interesting. And Carlos is to die for. I hope Sophy realizes this and doesn't miss out on him. I can't wait to read the next book "Latin Nights" Heart Beats is like a real soap opera. It should be on t.v.
Vathennece
I read all of the "Heart Beats" books. They're great! "In the Spotlight" helps teens, like myself, understand true friendship. Sophy and Inez are friends until Inez is chosen over Sophy in an audition. Then Sophy gets mad atInez. Sophy isn't always as cool and popular as she seems. Some people think she has it all together, but she doesn't. She has the same teenage problems as everyone else. Love, friends, enemies, and family all play a part in her life. I'd encourage you to read this book and the rest of Elizabeth M. Rees' series of "Heart Beats". Once you start reading, you just can't stop!

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