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ISBN:0312373325
Author: John Coy
ISBN13: 978-0312373320
Title: Take Your Best Shot (4 for 4)
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ePUB size: 1835 kb
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends; 1 edition (February 28, 2012)
Pages: 192

Take Your Best Shot (4 for 4) by John Coy



Take Your Best Shot book. Middle school and life on and off the basketball court are what four friends deal with in this satisfying conclusion to the 4 for 4 series. John Coy writes sports stories that run deep, and this series scores more and more readers each season. You' Middle school and life on and off the basketball court are what four friends deal with in this satisfying conclusion to the 4 for 4 series

Take Your Best Shot (4 f. .has been added to your Cart. The last book in the 4 for 4 series, this book easily stands alone. Four childhood friends are now in middle school, living for basketball and knowing that their years of playing together will make this year's team a winner. When the best player, Isaac, is offered the opportunity to play for a different team, Jackson is sure his team will stay together. But changes are on the horizon

Book 4 in the 4 for 4 Series. Four friends, Four sports, Four books. I wrote the 4 for 4 series of middle-grade novels thinking about the reader I was at that age. I wanted to write about four friends who are nuts about sports and the challenges they face on and off the field. The series spans the time from the spring of their fifth-grade year, through the summer, and then into middle school. Each book focuses on a different sport: baseball, soccer, football, and basketball  . They must figure out how to stay together even as all kinds of forces are trying to pull them apart. John Coy. All rights reserved. Site designed and maintained by Winding Oak.

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Four gunshots) Little girl: "SHUT THE FUCK UP!" "What do you wanna do with your life?" Go on and take your best shot! Blow them away! Blow them away! . Don't let them say that you can't be the things that you want Don't believe them You've got to take your best shot Blow them away! Blow them away! Take your best shot! Blow them away! Blow them away! I don't know why everything's not OK Try before you die 'cause that just might be today. Don't let them say that you can't be the things that you want Just believe in yourself And take your best shot! Blow them away! Blow them away! Take your best shot! Blow them away! Blow them away!

Middle school and life on and off the basketball court are what four friends deal with in this satisfying conclusion to the 4 for 4 series. Here are four very different boys dealing with family, friends, school, and sports, told in a believable and accessible style. John Coy writes sports stories that run deep, and this series scores more and more readers each season. You'll win big fans in readers who like Mike Lupica, Chris Lynch, and Matt Christopher if you introduce them to the boys from 4 for 4.

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Gavidor
FIVE STAR BOOK
I LIKE HOW THIS BOOK IS ABOUT FRIENDS AND FAMILY AND BEST OF ALL BASKETBALL IS
IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE SPORT
Fearlesshunter
The last book in the 4 for 4 series, this book easily stands alone. Four childhood friends are now in middle school, living for basketball and knowing that their years of playing together will make this year's team a winner. But middle school can mean trouble with teachers due to differing expectations and the boys need to step up to the plate in order to ensure playing time. When the best player, Isaac, is offered the opportunity to play for a different team, Jackson is sure his team will stay together. But changes are on the horizon. A good middle-grade read about loyalty, teamwork, and the angst which sometimes comes with middle school. Thanks to Puget Sound Council for this review copy.