|aThe Ellie McDoodle diaries |bthe show must go on |cwritten and illustrated by Ruth McNally Barshaw
|aShow must go on
|a1st U.S. ed.
|aNew York |bBloomsbury|c2013
|a170 p. |bill. |c22 cm.
|aThe Ellie McDoodle Diaries
|aWhen Ellie McDoodle signs up to help with her school's production of The Wizard of Oz, she gets more than she bargained for as she helps paint sets, plan costumes, and cast the show, which leads to her first big fight with best friend Mo
When Ellie McDoodle signs up to help with her school's production of The Wizard of Oz, she never expected it to be so much work There are sets to help paint, costumes to plan, and then there's casting. When her best friend Mo gets cast as Wicked Witch--and not the coveted Dorothy--Mo and Ellie have their first big fight. As the student director, Ellie should have helped her get the starring role, right? Mo thinks so. Ruth McNally Barshaw's creative doodles take Ellie through her first big drama production at school. And just like the main characters in Oz, Ellie and her friends will find courage, heart, brains, and that there's no place like home