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Rock & Role (Cinderella Cleaners #3)

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  525 ratings  ·  24 reviews
Diana has always dreamed about being on camera . . . and now, she might get her chance On her way to drop off a super-cool vest for a Cinderella Cleaners client, Diana happens to meet pop star Tasha Kane. Tasha invites Diana to try out for a role in her new video, and Diana is beyond excited. But there's one big catch: Tasha wants the video to feature the rockin' vest ... ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 208 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Scholastic Paperbacks (first published 2010)
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This book is really great. It made me goes like: OMG!! THIS ROCKSS!! JUST LIKE THE TITLE!! If you're gonna read this, don't hesitate. NEVER. DO. So, well, This is a story of a normal girl, like me, who worked at the cleaners. When she was asked to deliver a hip vest, everything goes crazy, crazY, craZY, crAZY, cRAZY, CRAZY Meeting a super star is already a dream come true, but being in the cast? IT'S TOTAL OMG! So anyways, there are a bitsy problem with that. Tasha wants Dianna to wear the vest ...more
Pretty good, just after 3 books with the same plot, it gets old.
Shes doing the same thing as always and never gets caught.
Jennifer Wardrip
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Diana Donato's escapades continue in the third book of the CINDERELLA CLEANERS series.

The adventure begins when Diana's father asks her to deliver an item to one of his most important clients. It's an absolutely adorable vest, and it's Diana's size. Diana promises to deliver the vest quickly and means well, but on the way, she meets Will, the boy from school that she has started to like.

When Will invites her to watch the new Tasha Kane video bei
She's in a music Video and her friend Sara goes and tells people that they auditioned for a Tasha Kane Music video.
I like this book well enough.
Lizzie S.
11/28/10 I'm on page 121 and Will and Dianna just got into the ball, finally! When Amelia was taken to another shift, Dianna and Will almost couldn't get in, but Amelia let them in the backdoor. I think by the end of the book Dianna will get in trouble, but not for sneaking out of the house. I think this because in past books, she doesn't get in trouble for sneaking out of the house,she gets in trouble for other things. Another reason why I don't think she'll get in trouble is because she made t ...more
Emma Xoxo
I LOVED this book. I actually love all the books in the Cinderella Cleaners series, but I loved this one the most, especially because Diana gets to star in a MUSIC VIDEO WITH TASHA KANE!!! When Diana goes to deliver a super cute vest to a client from the Cinderella Cleaners, she runs into Will her crush (she won't admit that) on her way there. She figures out that his dad works for TASHA KANE the awesome pop singer. Diana gets cast in the new music video with a few bumps along the way! In the en ...more
Oct 14, 2014 Ashleea rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Elementary Age or Junior High Kids
This book is just as great as the rest of the series. I will definitely still continue to read the last two books. Rock and Role is written for the teen age group. The writing is very effective and flows nice and is very easy to understand whats going on. I would recommend this book the Fourth through Eighth grade kids. I think it would make the most sense for this age group to read it since the main character is about their age. It would also make the most sense to them and they could relate to ...more
This book was apart of one of my favorite series.
Rock and Role by Maya Gold is very exciting and has lots of action. I think it was really neat that Diana got to do a music video with her all time favorite singer Tasha Kane. This is a great book for people who like fiction. I wonder if Nelson will come back to the cleaners? That is why you should read Rock and Role.
I thought it was good, but it seems like it climaxed at the end , without any time to have a descent from the climax. Not one of my favorite books. And am I the only one hoping she'll get her act together and go out with Will??!!!!!!!!!
Like most Cinderella cleaners books Diana has an adventure. But this time the adventure turns out to spread. It doesn't turn out the way Diana wants it.
Emma Kunzelmann
i liked this book a lot. i havent read the other "cinderella cleaners" books so i didnt know what to expect. It was very good, but i found the plot a bit unrealistic. Besides that it was really good, i liked sara.
Jun 30, 2012 Katelyn rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: all
Recommended to Katelyn by: me
If something like this happened to me, I'd be in heaven. If only things that happened in books happened in real life too.
this book was ok but i guess it just didnt really fit me it wwas kinda boring.....
10-11 Lexie
I really enjoyed this book! Another great series.
recommend this for other kids who enjoy reading
Slightly cheesy, but fun short read.
it was really interesting
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Can't Wait!!!
the book was good.
I CC! (YES!!!) ...more
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Maya Gold grew up in New Jersey, a few towns north of Diana’s home in Weehawken. Now she lives in upstate New York with her fashion–forward teenage daughter and a very friendly dog. Maya writes books and magazine articles, and in her spare time, she coaches a high school drama club. Cinderella Cleaners is her first series for young readers.
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Cinderella Cleaners (6 books)
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