Tennis Shoes

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Dell Pub., 1956 - Tennis stories - 207 pages
10 Reviews
The Heath children have decided to play tennis, after saving hard for their equipment they enter the local junior tennis tournament. But the suprise to all the family is that lazy Nicky is the best player of all. Will she win the big championship?

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Review: Tennis Shoes (Shoes #2)

User Review  - Kailey - Goodreads

I hate Nicky. She reminds me of my sister. I like the other characters and the story line. I love the writing style and the funny little dialogues. I would have enjoyed the book if Nicky hadn't been so horrible and awful and disgustingly selfish through the entire thing. Read full review

Review: Tennis Shoes (Shoes #2)

User Review  - MS - Goodreads

A loved favorite from childhood, as most books by Streatfeild have been. It's a shame that hey books, especially those in the Shoes series are out of print or only available as European imports. The ... Read full review

Contents

How They Got the Tennis House
9
The Practice Wall
23
The Committee
38
Copyright

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About the author (1956)

Noel Streatfeild, born 1895, was one of the daughters of the Bishop of Lewes and a great-granddaughter of the prison reformer Elizabeth Fry. She was unmarried and led a busy London literary life and had written over eighty books by the time of her death in 1986.

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