Beyond Glory Book by Anne Schraff (pp. 49) Micah Newton, an African American, is passionate about football. He scored THE winning touchdown. The glory of that day faded when the championship trophy was stolen. Was it Micah's jealous rival, Jason? Was it the crosstown team, the Fireballs? Micah is determined to discover who did it, and in the process he learns that education is more important than football. www.artesianpress.com
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