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Soccer blaster

by Margo Sorenson

  Book : Elementary and junior high school : Fiction

Good Book for the Reluctant Reader Who Loves Soccer   (2010-01-27)

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A little time travel, a little betrayal then add in a mystery and an action packed final game makes this 76-paged book worth investigating. Renny, the lead character plays an arcade game and winds up helping the U.S. Soccer Team in their quest to win the World Cup. How cool is that?

This book is good for reluctant readers who love soccer.

 




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