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Talented thirteen-year-old Ashlee Carson is the Tribeca Saints' topscoring point guard. Ashlee is smart, too, but her mom worries that basketball is going to get in the way of her bright academic future. Ashlee will do anything for a chance to win a place on the National Youth basketball team -- even if it means defying her mother and enlisting the help of her estranged fa...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 15th 2007 by Kingfisher
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Arshia Zehra
An Amazing Book!
We should always follow our dreams...although be careful that u shldn't hurt other ppl along the way! :)
Loved The Book! A Must Read! :D
Jeanie
Dec 09, 2009 Jeanie added it
Author (last): King
Author (first): Donna
Title: Slam Dunk
Place of Publication: Boston, MA
Publisher: Scholastic
Date: 2007

Hook: Have you ever had something you absolutely love, but there's something standing in your way?

Opinion: I have, and the main character of this book and I go through a similar situation.

Content: Ashlee Carson, a thirteen year old girl is an amazing point guard. She has such a passion for basketball and has the potential to get were she wants to get, the WNBA. Her mother, on th...more
Deyanira
This is not even all that great. I mean yeah I kinda like basketball but not to the point where I make it my life. For example I wouldn't choose to play basketball over taking a test that affects my future. Now that I think about it maybe I did learn something from this book... Never love something so much to the point where it becomes your life, because it may affect you in the long run... Just thinking about what she did really makes me upset... Any ways I rate this book like at least a 4..no...more
Kate
Thirteen-year-old Ashlee Carson is a talented basketball player, but her mother thinks she should concentrate more on school. Ashlee desperately wants to earn a spot on the National Youth basketball team. She even recruits the help of her deadbeat dad, a former professional basketball player. Even if her mother will never forgive her for choosing sports over her education, Ashlee has to do everything in her power to achieve her goal.
Ishani
I also like the way the book is made because it shows how hard it can be to be the basketball star in your school.
Delphine!
i thought it was good. It took me a couple of hours o read. It was a very easy read.
Soffi Olson
I would recommend this book to girls and boys if you love basketball and sports.
Jasmine
Omg so good reminds me of me and any one who tries their hardest
Megan
Jan 11, 2009 Megan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: athletic girls 13 and under 9 and up
Recommended to Megan by: myself
THIS BOOK IS MY FAVORITE EVVVERR!!!!!!!!!!
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This book is awesome
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Did not like it at all!!
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Donna King is a pen name for best-selling author Jenny Oldfield.

Jenny was born and brought up in Harrogate, Yorkshire, she says that even as a child she wrote stories and made tiny books, complete with illustrations. At school her favourite subjects were English, although she preferred creative writing to comprehension, and Art.

Jenny went on to study English at Birmingham University, where she did...more
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