Book Review Tiles Stevie Louise

Spotlight Please… It’s Stevie Louise – Franc.World Review

A sequel to Drum Roll Please, It’s Stevie Louise, Spotlight Please reintroduces Stevie and the Brooke Street crew and this time, they’re entering a local talent comp.

Stevie and the Brooke Street crew are hard-up for cash. Going viral doesn’t last forever, you know, and killer costumes are expensive. To keep their show-biz dream alive, the kids are competing in a local talent quest. But the competition is stiff (I mean, have you ever heard four goats sing acapella?), and Alex has a unicorn horn glued to his forehead for at least the next three weeks.

Anyone who knows author Tanya Hennessy’s work as a comedian, radio announcer or TV presenter will know she is naturally warm and funny, and her personality shines through naturally in the Stevie books.

To purchase “Spotlight Please, It’s Stevie Louise” by Tanya Hennessy, you can visit the QBD Books website or your local QBD Books store!

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