Soccer Chick Rules by Dawn FitzGerald

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If the levy doesn't pass, there will be no buses for away-games, no uniforms, no teams. Tess plans to follow her own rules for soccer chicks. Soccer Chick Rule Number 3--Always support your teammates! But when real life doesn't offer a slam-dunk ending, Tess realizes there may be something to learn from Soccer Chick Rule Number 7--Never, ever give up! Action-packed sports scenes and off-the-field drama guarantee success with girls and sports fans.

About Dawn FitzGerald

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Dawn Fitzgerald teaches high school English in Ohio and--as Coach Fitz--coaches the Girls' Varsity Soccer team. Her first novel, Getting in the Game, has "all the appeal for girls that Matt Christopher often has for younger boys."--VOYA
Published September 5, 2006 by Roaring Brook Press. 160 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Late in this cleverly titled story, Tess Munro, a passionate all-around athlete, is told by her brother that she has a one-track mind.

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FitzGerald (Getting in the Game) offers another sports novel, this one narrated by a likable eighth grader who admits that sports are the only reason I bother to attend school. Everything else is ju

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