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The Competition for Gaby: # 4
The Competition for Gaby: # 4
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Team Cheer

The Competition for Gaby: #4: Volume 4

Gaby has loved dancing since was a little girl, so she jumps at the chance to try dancing with an all-star team. Her friends on the cheerleading squad are jealous that dance and a new friend are taking so much of Gaby's time. It doesn't take long before they question Gaby's decision and her loyalty.

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandTeam Cheer
Age Level9-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 4-4
GenreRealistic Fiction
SubjectArt, Sports
Trim Size5 x 7 3/4
Page Count112



Children's Literature Comprehensive Database Newsletter - Heather Welsh, Children's Literature

"Fans of the “Dork Diaries” series will most likely enjoy this series. It is written as a diary entry with anecdotal notes in the margins and footnotes. The large print and short chapters will appeal to reluctant readers." - Children's Literature Comprehensive Database Newsletter

October 1, 2012


Pennsylvania School Librarians Association

2011 Young Adult Top Forty Fiction Title

April 1, 2012

Jen Jones

Jen Jones

Los Angeles-based author and journalist Jen Jones speaks fluent tween. She has written more than 50 books about celebrities, crafting, cheerleading, fashion, and just about any other obsession a girl in middle school could have — including Planning Perfect Parties: A Girls’ Guide to Fun, Fresh, Unforgettable Events and her popular Team Cheer! and Sleepover Girls fiction series for Capstone. Along with writing books, Jen also covers food, lifestyle and fun for publications including LA Confidential, REDBOOK, San Francisco, Whole Life Times, Thrillist, and many more. She is a graduate and current adjunct faculty member of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.

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