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Rosie in Los Angeles: Action! (Aladdin Historical Fiction)

by Carol Matas

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Rosie finds adventure when her family moves to the foothills of Los Angeles to start their own film production company. This third book int he series follows Rosie in New York: Gotcha! and Rosie in Chicago: Play Ball! ( )
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With the success of Papa's latest baseball film, Rosie and her family move to beautiful Los Angeles to shoot more films starring Rosie. And there's no wasting time; within days of unpacking, Papa brings home an entire Wild West show so he can make authentic Westerns! Rosie's so excited about riding a horse for the first time that she forgets to watch her step -- and before she knows it, she's caused a terrible accident for the show's best trick rider. Oy vey! Where will Papa's Western movies be without a real trick rider...and with a star who doesn't even know how to get on a horse?

Enter Zach, the son of the injured rider. Rosie finds him simply irritating! And just when Rosie thought it couldn't get any worse, she and Zach get hopelessly lost in the hills. All they have to get past the mountain lions, rattlesnakes, and other enemies in the wild are their wits, their skills, and each other. Can Rosie and Zach set aside their differences and brave the challenges ahead so that this story has a happy ending?

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After an incident renders one of the cast's best trick riders unavailable, Rosie decides to volunteer for the position so that her father may film his movie, but learning the moves won't be easy with annoying Zach as her teacher.

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