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James Lorimer & Company, Oct 31, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 136 pages
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If only Debbie's adoptive mother, Angie, could be more like Debbie's hockey coach. Coach Steph loves hockey, while Debbie's mother plays the piano and does yoga, two things that Debbie definitely doesn't understand.

In trying to fit into her new life, Debbie learns the importance of accepting people for who they are and what it means to be part of a family.

[Fry Reading Level - 3.7]

 

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Contents

Forever Family
9
On the Ice
20
Pathfinding
29
Differences
35
Game Plan
47
Flexibility
53
Breakaway
60
Camping Out
67
Playing Her Game
86
Stepping on Toes
92
Mothers
98
No Contact
103
Not Our Thing
113
Fighting for Possession
120
The Right Note
130
Copyright

Change of Plans
81

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About the author (2008)

SANDRA DIERSCH has taught writing courses to British Columbia students and aspiring adult writers. She has written eight books to date, including Offside! and Home Court Advantage, both Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice selections. She lives in Maple Ridge, B.C., with her husband and young daughter.

www.sandradiersch.com

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