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Amazing Days of Abby Hayes #3: Reach for the Stars [Paperback]

Anne Mazer
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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Dec 1 2000 The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes (Book 3)
Abby's class is putting on Peter Pan for the whole school. Abby wants a big part like Wendy or Captain Hook. But everyone else wants those parts, too. So Abby needs to stand out at the tryouts. She will memorize every character's lines. She will learn to dance and sing. Abby just hopes he has what it takes to be a star!


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Abby Hayes, her best friend, Jessica, and their new friend, Natalie, sat in the school cafeteria. Read the first page
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Lukewarm Read March 24 2003
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
It's cute. I enjoyed the ending, it was quite surprising! It luckily saved the overly used plot. But the writing is VERY... amateurish. Example?
'"Can someone make me hot chocolate?" It was Alex, their younger brother. He had a faint scar over his left eyebrow, where he had run into a slide. His hair was tousled and messy. His sweatshirt was backwards. At least his socks matched. That was better than usual.'
It gives you a good example of what Alex is like but when I read this to myself/aloud, it sounded repetitive (he, he ,he, his, his, his) and their was little sentence variety.
A good read for those ten and under, but older children will be bothered by the monotonous structure/notice certain spots where stronger writing could be used- like I did.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I Couldn't Put It Down By: MAF (grade 5) Dec 15 2003
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Format:Paperback
Abby Hayes tries to "Reach for the Stars" (as her mother calls it) to get the lead role of Wendy in her school's play "Peter Pan." Abby tells her friends, Jessica and Natalie, that she majorly wants the role of Wendy (or Peter Pan). "Let's practice after school," her friend Jessica suggested. The girls practiced until audition day. Briana, the snob of the grade who takes many kinds of lessons, gets the part of Wendy even though she tried out for Peter Pan. Natalie gets the role of Peter. Abby receives the job of . . . I really loved this excellent book. Now I can't wait to read the others in the series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Charmer By Mazer July 6 2002
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
These books are very short, but they are worth the short time you spend reading them. You see, I am going to be in a play, and after reading Anne's words about how life is being a 5th grader and trying to stand out to receive a big part in the Peter Pan play, it encourages me to try my best. She has to memorize, sing, and dance plus work very hard to stand out during the audition. As the back of the book says, will she be tall enough to reach the stars? Or will she just stay and work in the crew? A great story for growing girls like me, as all of Mazer's books are.
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5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE BEST IN THE SERIES! April 10 2004
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
I loved the third book in the series of Abby Hayes, called REACH FOR THE STARS. Ms.Bunder and Ms.Kantor are having a play, and it turns out to be "Peter Pan". Abby wants a big part, like Wendy or Captain Hook. But when she auditions, things go unexpected. Abby doesn't get the part she wanted-exactly. She gets a part that is the biggest and best and most important in the play. Everything turns out fine, and everyone is happy. That is, everyone expect Brianna :). This was a great book and I enjoyed because I love acting. Get a copy of this book soon!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another awesome Abby Hayes book! July 2 2001
Format:Paperback
This book was as good as all the rest of Abby Hayes. It was really goooooood! It made you feel a lot of different emotions in this one, such as surprised, dissapointed, excited, and happy! It was different from the rest of the Abby Hayes books, in a really good way, but if I said it, then it'd give the book away to people who haven't read it! All I have to say is 5 stars and everyone should read it!
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