Double Dare

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Waterbrook Press, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 107 pages
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BOOK FIVE DOUBLE DARE Tess wants to be noticed. But making her mark has a high cost. Is it all worth
it? Can super achievements change her into someone really special?

This year’s birthday is the worst. First, Tess is cut from the school play. Then all her friends cancel on her birthday sleepover. Worst of all, everyone seems to be great at something–except her.

Tess searches for a way she, too, can be unique and special, like her brother and her friends. Finally, she finds one. She decides to try out for the local gymnastics squad–and she’s good! But the demands of practice time force her to give up other things she cares about, like time with her Secret Sister, Erin. Making the team might be the answer to her dreams. Or is there something about who she is already that makes her a superstar?

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Review: Double Dare (Secret Sisters #5)

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Great theme of trying to figure out what makes you special and what your special talents are. Good for all ages. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
44
Section 2
53
Section 3
81
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

\Like Tess in Double Dare, Sandra Byrd had an embarrassing run-in with the class clown in a department store. Now grown up, she lives in Oregon with her husband and two young children, and still does fun things with her Secret Sisters.

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