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Touchdown Trouble

3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  43 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Sam loves football. Most of all he loves the feeling he gets when his team, the Cowboys, are working togethermoving closer and closer to the end zone. But Sams pride in his team begins to fade. In an important game, the Cowboys beat the Giants to remain undefeated, thanks to a touchdown by Sam in the final play of the game. But later, watching a video of the game, Sam and ...more
Paperback, 123 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Peachtree Publishers (first published 2009)
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Ms. Patterson
Sam is excited when his football team, the Cowboys, beat their rivals, the Giants, with his last second touchdown, and are the only undefeated team in their league. When the whole team gets together at Sam's house for a celebratory viewing of the game on video, they discover that the touchdown shouldn't have counted. Now, they will have to decide whether or not to inform the league, the other team, and their coach about their discovery.

I love watching football, but I rarely read books about foot
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Michael
Every sports story has that "Uh-Oh" moment, when everything that was sure becomes unsure, when everything is on the line. Sports are that way, so sports stories, at least the good ones, are as well. This Fred Bowen beauty has the best kind of uh-oh moment. You will never see it coming, and when it happens, you won't believe you didn't see it coming.
Sandra Stiles
What happens if you are playing a game, you win and then find out a mistake was made. This is what happened to Sam's team the Cowboys. He has to make some tough decisions as do the rest of his team. This book is all about doing the right thing. I really enjoyed it.
Jerrin
Really good book, especially for athletes. if your into books such as dragons and stuff, not such a great book.
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Fred Bowen is the author of Peachtree’s popular Fred Bowen Sports Story and All-Star Sport Story series. A lifelong sports fanatic, he has coached youth league baseball, basketball, and soccer. His kids’ sports column “The Score” appears each week in the KidsPost section of the Washington Post. Bowen lives in Maryland.
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