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Provest, Gary and Gail Levine-Provost
New York : Bradbury Press, 1985.
IL 5-8
Mark, Richard and Missy are the musical group Popcorn. Even though they're young, they're talented and have a local following. Mark is approached by a record company who asks for a cassette. Mark happily sends in a cassette of some of the group's songs and dreams of fame and fortune. When Porcupine Records writes to tell them that they want to make a demo, Mark is thrilled. Richard and Missy are skiptical. Where will they get the $500 that the record company wants to make the demo? Missy's father finds out that it is all a scheme. Is Mark's dream down the drain? Can he convince Richard and Missy to keep playing?
SUBJECTS:     Popular music -- Fiction.
                       Martial arts -- Fiction.


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