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The Perfect Trip (Sweet Spot #2)

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Sam Barrette's life is finally going in the right direction. She's made the boys' travel baseball team, her friendship with Mike is turning into something more, and she's even connected with her stepmother. But a cross-country family camping trip filled with secrets and surprises challenges everything she thought she knew about what the future will hold. To save her dreams ...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published March 24th 2017 by Spellbound River Press
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Laura Shovan
Jun 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I don't review books, but I do blog about them. You can find my interview with Stacy Mozer here: http://laurashovan.com/2017/06/5-ques...

I’ve been thinking a lot about sports in the past several months as I finish up work on my next book, Take Down, which is set on a middle school wrestling team. Visiting me today for an interview — and to share a poem for Poetry Friday — is Stacy Barnett Mozer, one of the authors behind the blog Sporty Girl Books.

Stacy’s latest book is The Perfect Trip, about S
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Kimberly Sabatini
Mar 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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I loved this book so much. Often a second book in a duology or a series is a new version of the original story. Not the case for THE PERFECT TRIP. Mozer has managed to keep everything I loved about THE SWEET SPOT, while also taking the story in a very new direction.

Additionally, I love how Mozer's writing brings sporty girls out into the limelight. She touches on the struggles of being a girl in the boy dominated world of baseball, but she also highlights the joys and high moments. In addition,
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Stacy Mozer
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Stacy Barnett Mozer is a middle grade author, a book blogger, and an elementary school teacher. Stacy started writing novels when one of her third grade classes told her there was no way a real author who wrote real books could possibly revise as much as she asked them to revise. She’s been revising her own novels every since. Stacy is an active SCBWI (Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illus ...more

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