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Lerner Publishing Group, 2016 - Juvenile Fiction - 280 pages
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Travis Gardner lives to play quarterback. He's a standout QB by the middle school, and he's prepared to put everything he has into the game. Then Gainesville University's head coach makes Travis a promise: Travis will have a place on the team, and a scholarship to go with it. He just has to get through high school first.

As Travis starts ninth grade, he'll have to earn his teammates' trust and dodge opponents aiming to sack the star quarterback. But his biggest challenge might be staying focused in the face of sudden fame. Because now the pressure is on, and Travis has to prove himself with every pass.

 

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Contents

Prologue
1
Chapter 1
3
Carters Take
11
Chapter 2
12
Chapter 3
23
Carters Take
27
Chapter 4
30
Chapter 5
35
Chapter 17
141
Carters Take
145
Chapter 18
147
Chapter 19
153
Chapter 20
163
Carters Take
170
The Gainesville Sentinel
172
Chapter 21
174

Carters Take
41
Chapter 6
44
The Gainesville Sentinel
54
Chapter 7
56
Carters Take
62
Chapter 8
64
The Gainesville Sentinel
66
Chapter 9
70
Carters Take
80
Chapter 10
84
Carters Take
91
Chapter 11
94
Chapter 12
98
Carters Take
109
The Gainesville Sentinel
112
Chapter 13
115
Chapter 14
120
Chapter 15
128
Carters Take
131
Chapter 16
133
The Gainesville Sentinel
139
Chapter 22
182
Carters Take
189
Chapter 23
191
Chapter 24
201
The Gainesville Sentinel
210
Chapter 25
214
Carters Take
220
Chapter 26
223
Chapter 27
227
Chapter 28
242
Carters Take
250
Chapter 29
252
Chapter 30
255
Epilogue
260
Afterword
268
Special Thanks
272
About the Author
273
Back Flap
275
Back Cover
276
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About the author (2016)

Paul Volponi is an award-winning author who lives in Queens, New York. He holds an MA in American Literature and regularly makes school visits and holds Skype conferences.

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