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Danger Zone by David Klass
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May 23, 2008

it was amazing

Jimmy Doyle joins a predominately black "Teen Dream Team" that represents the United States and travels with them to a tournament in Rome. Here Jimmy becomes faced with numerous showing of discrimination, prejudice, and racisim. This book demonstrates great examples toward working with a team. Students who are interested in sports will relate best with this book but overall it helps draw the readers attention toward teamwork, leadership, and motivation. It is important for business students to understand the difference between a leader and a motivator.

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