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Series: Pop Culture Bios

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Bella Thorne: Shaking Up the Small Screen by Nadia HigginsSuperstars
Beyonce: R&B Superstar (Pop Culture Bios: Superstars) by Elaine LandauSuperstars
Carly Rae Jepsen: Call Her Amazing by Nadia HigginsSuperstars
Cody Simpson: Pop Star from Down Under (Pop Culture Bios: Superstars) by Heather E. SchwartzSuperstars
Demi Lovato: Taking Another Chance (Pop Culture Bios: Superstars) by Jody Jensen ShafferSuperstars
Victoria Justice: Television's It Girl (Pop Culture Bios: Superstars) by Jody Jensen ShafferSuperstars
The Wanted: British Boy Band Sensation (Pop Culture Bios: Superstars) by Heather E. SchwartzSuperstars
Bruno Mars: Pop Singer and Producer by Nadia HigginsSuper Singers
Justin Bieber: Pop and R & B Idol by Nadia HigginsSuper Singers
Katy Perry: From Gospel Singer to Pop Star by Nadia HigginsSuper Singers
One Direction (Pop Culture Bios: Super Singers) by Marcia Amidon LustedSuper Singers
Selena Gomez: Pop Star and Actress (Pop Culture Bios: Super Singers) by Robin NelsonSuper Singers
Taylor Swift: Country Pop Hit Maker (Pop Culture Bios) by Robin NelsonSuper Singers
Ariana Grande: From Actress to Chart-Topping Singer (Pop Culture Bios) by Heather E. SchwartzAction Movie Stars
Emma Watson: From Wizards to Wallflowers by Nadia HigginsAction Movie Stars
Jennifer Lawrence: The Hunger Games' Girl on Fire by Nadia HigginsAction Movie Stars
Josh Hutcherson: The Hunger Gamesúhot Hero (Pop Culture Bios: Action Movie Stars) by Jody Jensen ShafferAction Movie Stars
Liam Hemsworth: The Hunger Gamesústrong Survivor (Pop Culture Bios: Action Movie Stars) by Jody Jensen ShafferAction Movie Stars
Logan Lerman: The Perks of Being of an Action Star by Nadia HigginsAction Movie Stars
Nicholas Hoult: Beast of the Silver Screen by Nadia HigginsAction Movie Stars
Rebel Wilson: From Stand-up Laughs to Box-office Smash (Pop Culture Bios) by Heather E. SchwartzAction Movie Stars
Taylor Lautner: Twilight's Fearless Werewolf (Pop Culture Bios: Action Movie Stars) by Elaine LandauAction Movie Stars
Zoë Kravitz: X-Men's Amazing Angel (Pop Culture Bios: Action Movie Stars) by Sandy DonovanAction Movie Stars

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