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The first book in the High School Musical series, was High School Musical: the Junior Novel, more than million copies with 1 million copies of the novel's follow-up, High School Musical 2: The Junior Novel, being shipped to American retailers. 3, High School Musical 3: Senior Year, September 23, , N.B. Grace. High School Musical book. Read 92 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Troy, Gabriella, Chad, Taylor, Sharpay, and Ryan are headed for. Showing of High School Musical: The Junior Novel (Paperback) . of 5 stars5 of 5 stars. Crunch Time (High School Musical: Stories from East High, #4).

The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Synopsis It's New Years Eve, and two students from separate lives are celebrating with their families at a ski resort. Gabriella Montez Vanessa Hudgens is blackmailed by her mother Socorro Herrera into attending the teen party by holding her book hostage, while Troy Bolton Zac Efron is stopped halfway through his basketball practice with his father, the high school basketball coach, Coach Bolton Bart Johnson by his mother Leslie Wing , who has party plans, and also makes Troy attend the kids party. Troy and Gabriella both walk into the party uncertainly, as neither want to be there. Gabriella settles down with her book, until she and Troy are randomly picked to sing karaoke ["Start of Something New"]. They start slow and shy, but after a moment, with the crowd roaring behind them, they lose themselves in the music, blowing everyone away with how beautiful they sound together.

They find online articles about Gabriella leading past school's academic teams to multiple victories. Ryan refers to her as an Einstein-ette.

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Sharpay isn't concerned with her interest in the musical auditions, but to safeguard the situation, she prints out the articles and sticks them in Taylor's locker. At detention, all students are subjected to helping the stagehands prepare for the musical, by building sets and painting props. Taylor runs up to Gabriella, telling her that she's accepted and that with her on Scholastic Decathalon team, they'll surely win. Gabriella rejects this, saying that she needs time to adjust before she joins any clubs or teams, but Sharpay walks up and encourages her to participate, though only for her own selfish reasons.

Meanwhile in the gym, Coach Bolton sees that his two star players are absent, and finds out from the rest of his players that they're in Detention, Darbus style. He goes and fetches them, which angers Miss Darbus.

Coach Bolton pleads with Principal Matsui, saying that if they have to serve detention, they can do it after basketball practice. Miss Darbus argues that they shouldn't receive special treatment simply because they're athletic stars, and that if they were theater performers, they certainly wouldn't have allowances made for them.

This is apparently an argument that has been ongoing; since the two started working at the school. Principal Matsui claims impartiality, but clearly favors Coach Bolton and the near-championship basketball team. During this time, Gabriella asks Taylor about Troy, and she insists that the intellectuals live in a completely separate world from 'Troy the Basketball Boy'.

Back at home, Troy and the Coach are practicing yet again, and when Troy asks about doing something different but being afraid of what his friends might think, Coach tells him that if that happens, they're not really his friends, which seems to comfort Troy for a moment, before Coach goes on to say that he needs to stick with the team. The next day in homeroom, Miss Darbus reminds the class about the musical auditions during free period.

Chad meets up with Troy in the hall and mentions that the team is planning a free period practice. Troy however, skips out with the excuse that he's behind on homework. Chad doesn't believe him, stating that they've only been back two days, and that he's not even behind on homework yet, and he's been behind on homework since preschool. Troy laughs it off, and walks away, but Chad, not giving up that easily, follows him on a wild goose chase through the school, eventually getting thrown off his trail.

Troy ends up at auditions, hiding in the very back of the auditorium behind a janitor's cart. He watches as several people audition, with various levels of mediocrity. Gabriella sneaks up on him, and they both admit that they want to audition and sing, but they're too scared.

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They both take refuge in the very last row and watch as Ryan and Sharpay perform a jazzy, upbeat, incredibly over-the-top rendition of the audition song ["What Ive Been Looking For"]. Its clear that they're miles above everyone else, and the twins are well aware.

Kelsi Neilson Olesya Rulin , the show's timid and shy composer tells Sharpay that she wrote the song as a slow ballad, and Sharpay snaps at her, reminding her that shes been in 17 school productions, and this is the first time anyone has ever acknowledged Kelsi's writing, therefore she is "not to offer direction, suggestion or commentary, and that she should be thankful that Sharpay and Ryan are there to lift her music out of its current obscurity".

Kelsi, of course agrees, terrified of Sharpay. Sharpay and Ryan, confident in their performance, leave the theater, and Miss Darbus calls for any last-minute auditions.

Gabriella, in a moment of confidence, steps up to audition.

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Miss Darbus says that she doesn't have a partner and that singles auditions are long over. Troy also steps forward, willing to audition with Gabriella to give her her shot. Miss Darbus refuses, however, saying that free period is over and leaves the auditorium.

Troy and Gabriella see Kelsi trip over the piano onstage, sending her sheet music flying everywhere. They both rush to help her gather her things and make sure she's okay.

Troy shows her kindness and courtesy, something Gabriella didn't expect from the school's star.

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Kelsi offers to show them how the duet should sound, and they sing along, just listening to the music and having fun ["What Ive Been Looking For Reprise "]. Suddenly, Miss Darbus shows up and tells them that she's accepting them for a callback, telling Kelsi to work with them to prepare them.

Troy looks at the music he's given in disbelief, not fathoming that he actually just auditioned for a musical. The next morning, Sharpay is left squealing as she reads the callback list, shocked at the competition. Chad and the rest of the basketball team, including the flighty, empty-headed Jason Cross Ryne Sanborn , and the tall, Sharpay-infatuated Zeke Baylor Chris Warren walk up to revel in Sharpay's anger, but when they see Troy's name on a musical list, they themselves are shocked and disbelieving.

A skater confesses that he plays the cello, Martha Cox KayCee Stroh , a brainiac reveals that she loves hip-hop dancing, and even the basketball team's own Zeke comes clean about his own secret passion; he bakes.

Sharpay and Ryan are horrified that the entire school is changing, and as Sharpay walks over to confront Gabriella, Gabriella slips on spilled milk and ends up throwing her chili cheese fries on Sharpay, much to everyone's horror. Sharpay tells Miss Darbus that Gabriella and Troy have teamed up with the intention of ruining the musical. Chad expresses his disgust over Troy's desire to sing, claiming that they've got a championship play-off game in a week, and Troy's got his head stuck in the theater.

Miss Darbus warns Coach Bolton that giving every student a fair chance is tradition in theater, so she's allowing Troy to go through with his callback, but is skeptical of underlying intentions.

Coach Bolton simply laughs, saying "Troy doesn't even sing". Taylor reveals to Gabriella just how competitive Sharpay is; nobody has beaten her out for an audition since preschool, and that if she could figure out how to play both Romeo and Juliet, Ryan himself would be screwed out of a job.

Later that day, Troy invites Gabriella up to the science club's secret rooftop garden, where they discuss how happy they feel singing together, and that regardless of what everyone else thinks or how they feel, they both want to go through with the callbacks.

Troy and Gabriella start regularly practicing with Kelsi, and they also regularly help out with stagehand duties, causing Troy to miss basketball practice. Troy shows up in the gym just as practice lets out, but stays behind to work on his free throws. Gabriella joins him shortly, and they flirt back and forth, until Coach Bolton makes her leave, calling her Troy's detention buddy to her face and telling her that it's a closed practice until the last player leaves the gym. Gabriella leaves, feeling the cold front from Coach Bolton.

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But Troy defends her, telling his father that she's a nice girl, just a girl, to which the coach replies that Troy's not just a guy; he's the playmaker, not a singer. Troy responds angrily, saying that he can be both, and storms out, not seeing the whole team huddled outside the gym listening.

Chad pushes the issue on Troy while they're in the library, reminding him that he is Troy's most loyal best friend while also blaming the loud speaking on Troy when confronted by the librarian , and that the road of a basketball star will land him on cereal boxes, while being a musical star will someday plunge him into obscurity.

While Chad sees Troy gradually drifting away from the team, Taylor assumes that Gabriella is too preoccupied with the callbacks to focus on the Scholastic Decathalon team.

They team up to pry Troy and Gabriella apart. Gabriella sheds a tear watching Troy, which immediately strikes guilt in Taylor, who excuses the Scholastic Decathalon team, leaving Gabriella alone.

She looks out the window to see Troy laughing and smiling at a lunchtime pep rally. When Troy oblivious to the scheme walks up to her with a smile, she explains that she doesn't want to do the callbacks, either, and that now they've both got their teams. Troy is confused about her sudden change of heart, but when he tries to get her to explain, she just hands him her copy of their callback song's sheet music and walks away.

She didn't want to ruin Spirit Week for her friends. Since Gabriella was distracted she forgets to wear her pajamas for pajama day, her hat for hat day, her twin for twin day, and most importantly to ask Troy to the dance!

Later, Gabriella found out that she wasn't moving, and asked Troy to the dance. Unfortunately, she was too late, and he had already said yes to Sharpay. Will Gabriella find someone to go to the dance with?

Who will be crowned Sprit King and Queen? I liked this book because the author described the schools Spirit Week well. Gabriella and Ryan were making newspaper hats and towel capes.

This part was amazing to picture in my mind with no pictures. Also, I enjoyed reading about Sharpay's bright big apple red nails with little white wildcat logos.