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Twelve Days in August by Liza Ketchum
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Nov 19, 2010

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This is a soccer book with a nasty bully. It reminds me of Players for students who play soccer rather than basketball. It was published first in 1993 so cassette tapes, tape decks, and phones attached to the wall are the norm and references are made to these items. The story is timeless. The main characters are boys but the three supporting girls are all strong role models. I will definitely book talk this one is Sports Literature.

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