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Booster Boycott by Francine Pascal
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Dec 01, 11

bookshelves: sweet-valley-books, book-series, lost-book, read-growing-up, childrens-books
Read on December 02, 1991, read count: 2

I've always had a soft spot for Winston Egbert ever since I read this book back in my grade school days. His was the role of the inevitable goofball and class clown, but overall nice guy.

Too bad he wanted to try out for the cheer leading squad, The Boosters, populated by--who else--but the members of The Unicorn Club. Now, being the girly girls that they are (with the exception of few) they then turned up their noses at this proposal. Oh and they did everything possible to make sure Winston loses his enthusiasm of signing up. Who can forget that time they glued his pants to his seat so he couldn't attend practice?

But everyone receives their comeuppance as they say, and at the end of the day (ok well, competition) the girls had to beg Winston to join them in order to give them that winning boost (pun intended).

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Book Details:

Title: Booster Boycott (Sweet Valley Twins, #52)
Author: Francine Pascal
Reviewed By: Purplycookie

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