When David Angelo, known to everyone as a "very nice boy", gets spotted by a talent scout and becomes the lead singer of boy band "Boys R Us", he reckons without the weirdness that goes with pop life and rival band "The Nice Girls"!
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LET YOUR IMAGINATION TAKE OFF WITH COLOUR JETS
Irresistible stories for children who are beginning to enjoy reading alone.
BOYS! CAN YOU SING? AUDITIONS THURSDAY
Who could resist the chance of becoming a pop star? Certainly not David, whose angelic voice and looks win him the role of lead singer with the hottest new boy band in town – 'Boys Are Us'. They soon find out that popstardom isn't all fame, fortune and screaming girls!About the Author:
Shoo Rayner has written over a hundred and fifty children’s books, and has also illustrated for other authors, including Michael Morpurgo and Michael Rosen.
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