Sugar and Ice by Kate Messner

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For Claire Boucher, life is all about skating on the frozen cow pond and in the annual Maple Show right before the big pancake breakfast on her family's farm. But all that changes when Russian skating coach Andrei Grosheva offers Claire a scholarship to train with the elite in Lake Placid. Tossed into a world of mean girls on ice, where competition is everything, Claire realizes that her sweet dream come true has sharper edges than she could have imagined. Can she find the strength to stand up to the people who want to see her fail and the courage to decide which dream she wants to follow?
 

About Kate Messner

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Kate Messner is the author of The Brilliant Fall of Gianna Z. She teaches junior high in New York, where she lives with her husband and two children.
 
Published December 7, 2010 by Walker Childrens. 304 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Sports & Outdoors.

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Claire Boucher’s life revolves around ice skating, whether she's on the cow pond or the local rink in her hometown of Mojimuk Falls, N.Y.

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New York Journal of Books

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Twelve-year-old Claire Boucher loves to ice skate.

Dec 07 2010 | Read Full Review of Sugar and Ice

The Washington Post

Her grueling practice schedule demands sacrifice - friendships, leisure time, occasionally homework - but she doesn't want to let down her supportive family, her coach or herself.

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Kate Messner

My daughter figure skates – but not competitively…unless you count when she wants to race with me during public skating at our local rink.

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