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Children's LiteratureGalleria, Chanel, Dorinda, Anginette, and Aquanette, already known to the young-reader community as the star-struck Cheetah Girls singing group who encounter obstacles as they climb their way to the top. The girls find themselves the object of ridicule when they perform a dream-inspired song Chanel introduces to the group which resembles one sung by the rival group Cash Money Girls. In the second book, Chanel aspires to master the right steps to be a famous ballerina, again showing that these girls have no fear of following their dreams—even if it lands one of them on crutches. It is one adventure after another in this four-book bound set. The Cheetah Girls have the makings of an inspirational growl-powered squad, proving there are no limits to the success girls can attain from following their dreams. These girls break ethnic boundaries as they sing their way to fame, and experience adventure after adventure. 2004, Hyperion Books for Children, Ages 8 to 12.
—Kori L. Mullins