The Stars from Mars

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Scholastic Inc., 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 143 pages
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School sportswriter "Chipmunk" Adelman knows he's got a scoop when he finds out that his hometown will play in the Waterloo Slapshot league. The Marsers have never had their own team, but with an ex-NHL player for a coach, they're headed for stardom.But the Stars are in for a big surprise when they hit the ice and suddenly realize they stink! They've got a defenseman who only skates backwards, a star player who wants to be on another team, and a coach who calls everything a whatchamacallit. If they don't get their game in gear soon, they'll be booted from the league.This new series by veteran writer Gordon Korman will have kids cheering for the Marsers as they scramble to improve their game and stay in the league!
 

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Great Book. Amazing how star player goes from best team to worst team.

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
8
Chapter 3
13
Chapter 4
22
Chapter 5
34
Chapter 6
44
Chapter 7
50
Chapter 8
61
Chapter 10
76
Chapter 11
85
Chapter 12
94
Chapter 13
105
Chapter 14
115
Chapter 15
121
Chapter 16
131
Chapter 17
138

Chapter 9
68

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About the author (1999)

Gordon Korman has always been a hockey fan. He is the award-winning writer of more than 25 books for middle-grade and young adult readers, and seven books in the popular BRUNO AND BOOTS series. Gordon lives with his wife and son outside New York State.

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