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Playing with the Boys: A Pretty Tough Novel


Playing with the Boys: A Pretty Tough Novel

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    Liz Tigelaar(Author)
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Paperback. Pub Date: 2008 Pages: 288 Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated. New girl Lucy is desperate for friends She tries out for Beachwood High soccer but despite her amazingly accurate kick. fails to make the TEAM. When the Coach points out that varsity football is looking for a new kicker. Lucy is skeptical. Football Isn't that a boys' game But on the gridiron Lucy discovers that she feels strong-in control for the first time since her mother died. She loves football. She actually wants to play! (She also wants to hang out with super-cute quarterback Ryan Conner. But that's just icing on the cake.) Too bad no one else wants her on the team. Not the boys' coach. not her teammates. and especially not her overprotective dad. Will Lucy cave in to the pressure Or will she prove she's pretty tough after all

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  • PDF | 278 pages
  • Liz Tigelaar(Author)
  • Razorbill (10 April 2008)
  • English
  • 5
  • Children's Books
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  • By Guest on 2 December 2012

    I thought this book was a good past time. If I knew it would have been like that I probably wouldn't have wasted time reading or buying this book. Its your typical Cinderella story. The underdog always wins both for her and her love interests. Although this book bored me, I did find the underlying story of sexism very respectable. I would of liked it to be a little more original however. We have all read about or watched the sexist coach, 'boys are better than girls' and all that palaver. Not bad but if you are anything like me then I wouldn't waste my time.

  • By Katie Bailey on 18 May 2015

    When I first saw this book I done that thing people all ways say not to do but do it anyway, I judged a book by its cover, but now I know how wrong I was. My awful judging views was it's just a American chick flick in book form. But wow this book was a surprise! I will not explain it for it will ruin the story for you but remember, even if all the other book reviews say it's a normal chick flick DO NOT LISTEN, READ THE BOOK YOUR SELF!!have fun with it! :)

  • By Bridget Okane on 28 May 2013

    I loved the aspect of a girl playing football🏈. It was fun to watch the characters reaction to a girl on the team. A good read 📖, that I would recommend to all my friends. 📚

  • By Kindle Customer on 10 November 2016

    Waste of money , waste of moneyWorst read ever waste of moneyWorst read ever waste of moneyDon't buy it folks you'll regret it

  • By Guest on 31 January 2014

    I think this is one of the best books I have read. I loved the story line and am currently reading more of Liz Tigelaaar's books.

  • By Rebecca Elizabeth Morgan on 9 August 2015

    Really well written and such a sweet story <3Recommend it for all girl teens even if they don't like football!!!

  • By Guest on 2 February 2014

    was written well and Lucy played the part on a people please so well that it was frustrating at some points to read!!

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