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Razorbill, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 246 pages
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Bubbly, blond Krista brown is pretty and popular. Her sister, Charlie, is more interested in braving the Malibu waves than the halls of the school that Krista rules. but when Krista and Charlie are both recruited to the school?s soccer team, they are forced to face their differences. Can these two sisters become teammates, and friends, in time to make it to the championships? Classic themes of sisterhood and romance make PrettyTough a new take on Francine Pascal's Sweet Valley High. the strong sports element and a tie-in to the prettytougH sportswear and entertainment franchise give this first book by liz tigelaar added appeal.

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User Review  - The Compulsive Reader - Borders

Charlie Brown is not a team player. This is what she tells the new soccer coach when she is recruited to play soccer on her school's losing soccer team. And with a name like hers, you can't help but ... Read full review

Chick lit meets sporty lit

User Review  - TeenReader2 - Borders

Pretty Tough was awesome. I liked it as much, if not more, than The Clique and Gossip Girls. Charlie is so cool and the best character of all. Hope someone makes a movie out of it. The true bonds of ... Read full review


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Nicole Leigh Shepherd is the author of the Pretty Tough novels. She loves sports and believes in empowering and motivating young women to embrace their athleticism while encouraging them to lead active, healthy lifestyles.

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