The Princess of Pop by Cathy Hopkins
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"I have un grando dare for Becca and Cat, " said Squidge. "You know this competition for Pop Princess? Well, I dare you both to enter." He looked pointedly at me. "And I mean both of you. Auditions are next Saturday."
Becca missed the fun of the school production of Grease, and she has a reputation of being fickle and a dreamer. But the Pop Princess challenge makes her determined to try harder than she has ever tried before. She has the voice, but has she got the staying power?

About Cathy Hopkins

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Born in 1950's Manchester, England, Cathy Hopkins moved to Kenya with her family at the age of 5. The Hopkins family remained in Kenya for six years before returning to England in 1964. In her youth, Cathy attended six different schools and that consistent change foreshadowed her career choices. Before becoming a full time writer, Hopkins held down a wide variety of jobs ranging from rock singer to occupational therapist to aromatherapist. Her career in writing started with books of the non-fiction genre that involved aromatherapy and relationships. She was later commissioned to write books for a young adult audience which she now focuses on strictly. She currently resides in Northern England with her husband, Steve and their three cats.
Published May 8, 2010 by Simon Pulse. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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The Princess of Pop, finds the gang trying out for the Pop Prince and Pop Princess talent competition.

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Becca resolves to tough it out, and readers will be somewhat surprised but satisfied by the ending.Reviewed by Amy Alessio on April 27, 2004 The Princess of Popby Cathy Hopkins View all » |

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