Mia St. Clair can't wait for Regionals. Or can she?
Mia has been training all year to master the moves she needs to compete at the Regional Figure Skating Competition. It's her first time competing at that level, and Mia is eager for and worried about Regionals all at the same time. Is she a good enough skater? Does she have what it takes to survive in the world of competitive figure skating--and still be a good sport?
When a family crisis threatens Mia's chances of going to Regionals, Mia is heartbroken. But she knows that being a good sport means accepting challenges--even big losses--with determination and grace.
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Review: Bravo, Mia! (American Girl of the Year)User Review - Rachel - Goodreads
I liked this book as much as the first one. Mia has been training all year to go to Regionals, but she has outgrown her skating boots and her costume. When her family's furnace breaks right at the ... Read full review