Mixed-Up Doubles by Elena Yates Eulo

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With the help of an unlikely new friend, ninth grader Hank tries to adjust to his parents' recent divorce and works toward his dream of being a successful tennis player.
 

About Elena Yates Eulo

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Elena Yates Eula is an avid sports fan but has also been an actress and singer and has written television screenplays, historical fiction, and mystery-suspense novels for adults. Booklist called her first young adult novel, "Mixed-up Doubles", 'funny but bittersweet.' she lives and writes in Lakeland, Florida.
 
Published April 1, 2003 by Holiday House. 208 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The story veers from realism by making Hank and Jerome superstar jocks and by an all-too-easily won battle over the math teacher, but the constant humor in Hank’s voice saves the effort from complete fantasy.

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Hank, the ninth-grade narrator of this lightweight novel, Eulo's children's book debut, has unhappily moved to a new town in the wake of their parents' divorce.

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