Soccer Duel: There are two sides to every story...
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Soccer Duel: There are two sides to every story...

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Team rivalry threatens to spoil a budding friendship between a showy soccer player, Bryce, and soft-spoken but talented Renny.
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Published August 1st 2008 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (first published April 1st 2000)
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Kevin
Renny was late for his soccer game in the morning. His alarm didn’t wake him up. Renny just rushed out of the house so he won’t get more late then he already was. Renny’s parents got divorced a year ago in Haverford so thats why Renny and his mother moved to Crestmont. Renny played center striker in Haverford but when he moved he didn’t play at all he just sat on the bench and played a little bit of defense. When Renny got to the game he was late to the game hadn’t started yet. But something ter...more
Richardhd96
Renny Harding had just moved to a new town. He didn't really know anyone. Renny loved soccer, so he went to watch one of the Jr High games. One of the players on the Blue Hornets twisted his ankle. Renny subbed for him and won the Hornets the game. Renny met Bryce who was the star player on another team called the Yellow Jackets. Bryce didn't know if he liked Renny. Renny and his dad were signed up to help clean up the forest. Renny's dad couldn't make it, so he and Bryce were partners. They tal...more
Mashell
This was Braden's pick for all of us to read together during Christmas break. The boys loved the description and anticipation of each soccer game, ending with the championship. There is even an unlikely friendship that develops. The rating is the perspective of my boys. Thank goodness for Matt Christopher; writing books that even Braden can find amazing!
Adam Al-soltani
this book was awesome it really relates to alot of people if you like soccer you will love this book.
- NanaF.Baybee :)♥ .
i learn how the kids play soccer and there were alot of arguing in this story
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Matt Christopher is the writer young readers turn to when they're looking for fast-paced, action-packed sports novels. He is the best-selling author of more than one hundred sports books for young readers.

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