Game

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
6 Reviews

Drew Lawson knows basketball is taking him places. It has to, because his grades certainly aren't. But lately his plan has run squarely into a pick. Coach's new offense has made another player a star, and Drew won't let anyone disrespect his game. Just as his team makes the playoffs, Drew must come up with something big to save his fading college prospects. It's all up to Drew to find out just how deep his game really is.

 

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User Review  - scote23 - LibraryThing

MSBA Nominee 2009-2010 I liked this book, and for a Myers book, it was very cheery, but I have to admit I don't understand/care for basketball, so I think that it would be better for someone who really was interested in the sport. Read full review

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User Review  - jessica.kohout - LibraryThing

Senior Andrew Lawson knows that he has great basketball skills- enough to see the team to a championship and get a scholarship to go to college. However, when two new players join the team and get the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
34
Section 3
51
Section 4
67
Section 5
78
Section 6
86
Section 7
88
Section 8
96
Section 10
146
Section 11
173
Section 12
187
Section 13
205
Section 14
224
Section 15
235
Section 16
236
Copyright

Section 9
119

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About the author (2009)

Walter Dean Myers was the New York Times bestselling author of Monster, the winner of the first Michael L. Printz Award; a former National Ambassador for Young People's Literature; and an inaugural NYC Literary Honoree. Myers received every single major award in the field of children's literature. He was the author of two Newbery Honor Books and six Coretta Scott King Awardees. He was the recipient of the Margaret A. Edwards Award for lifetime achievement in writing for young adults, a three-time National Book Award Finalist, as well as the first-ever recipient of the Coretta Scott King–Virginia Hamilton Award for Lifetime Achievement.

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