Slam Dunk by Kate Jaimet
(Orca Sports)

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Sixteen-year-old Salvador "Slam" Amaro thinks being the assistant coach of the Brookfield High School girls' basketball team will be an easy gig. Show up, run a few drills and pad his resume so he can win a spot on the Ontario Provincial Under-17 team. But Slam's job suddenly gets a lot harder when the girls' coach and her daughter, the star point-guard, vanish after being threatened. Getting to the bottom of their disappearance puts Slam in confrontation with a mysterious stalker. But that's not his only problem. With the girls facing playoff elimination, Slam has to come up with some new coaching strategies while he battles some tough competitors for a place on the Ontario squad.
 

About Kate Jaimet

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Kate Jaimet developed an early taste for madcap plotlines due to childhood exposure to the novels of P.G. Wodehouse. Kate studied literature at the University of Toronto and has a degree in journalism from Ryerson University. Now a reporter at the Ottawa Citizen, Kate spends much of her time trying to keep one step ahead of her two young daughters. More information is available at www.katejaimet.com.
 
Published April 1, 2009 by Orca Book Publishers. 166 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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