Sheep Dreams by Arthur A. Levine

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Although Liza, a young sheep, dreams of being a star, she is too shy to try out for the lead in the class play, but a crisis on opening night thrusts her into the spotlight.
 

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Published March 1, 1993 by Dial. 320 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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A classic scenario--stage-struck but paralyzingly shy, little Liza Shetland (a sheep) rises to an emergency, saves the show, and becomes a star--is presented with unusual wit and panache.

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When auditions for the class musical come around, Liza Shetland yearns to play the lead, for she is a sheep with high hopes and divine dreams. Each night she falls asleep to visions of ``movie stars d

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Glamorous, gregarious Cashmere LaFondue wins the coveted role, but on opening night comes down with terminal stage fright and Liza saves the show with a song, ``a bleat that beat the band.'' Despite a few inconsistencies in the text (bold Cashmere's turning into a quivering coward), the story gam...

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