Tyler on Prime Time by Steve Atinsky

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Tyler Stewart knows he’s going to be a television star. He’s funny, and his uncle Pete is a writer for the most popular show on TV. Best of all, Tyler’s parents have just sent him to visit Pete in Hollywood. Talk about luck—no more of his mom’s worrying and his dad’s instructions, for the rest of his summer vacation. Everyone in show business needs a break, and Tyler is sure this is going to be his.

Now Tyler has two weeks to land an audition and impress the sitcom’s moody star. First he’ll have to learn everything there is to know about life on the set, from navigating the food cart to breaking a story. And that will mean spending as much time as possible at the studio—despite his parents’ objections. With the help of his new friend Samantha, Tyler’s dream just might become a reality. But the road to fame is paved with surprises, and the part of a lifetime is sometimes the one we least expect. . . .

About Steve Atinsky

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Steve Atinsky’s TV writing credits include the CBS sitcom Payne and Disney’s The Weekenders. This is his first novel.
Published April 9, 2002 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers. 176 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This assured debut by a publishing sales rep turned sitcom writer offers a perky but knowing take on show biz.

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