Archie's Amazing Game

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Capstone, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 66 pages
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Archie loves playing soccer, but his mother has banned him from from playing during their vacation. He makes clever agreements with his brother and sister, hoping he'll be able to play.
 

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Archie is told by his mom not to play soccer while on family vacation. He makes deals with his siblings to get them to play soccer with him, despite the ban. To his brother, he agreed to pay him two ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER TWO
15
CHAPTER FOUR
26
CHAPTER FIVE
38
CHAPTER SIX
47
chapter seven m
61
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Michael Hardcastle loves sports, and he spends his time writing about sports for children and young adults. He has written more than 90 books. He lives in Yorkshire, England, and loves talking to children about writing.

Michael Reid is a freelance writer, author, and photographer. His other projects include, the next books in this series, as well as venturing into other genres. Michael has enjoyed writing from a very young age, has written many short stories, as well as many reviews. Michael cares deeply for his family, and friends, also has a special place in his heart for his pets. Through his journeys and encounters has enjoyed meeting and learning about all different walks of life. He strives to help to encourage others, and always tries to see the best in people. The message he would like to leave for others is To always believe in yourself.

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