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Don't Break the Balance Beam!

Jessica Gunderson, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2010 - 49 pages
Kenzie is afraid to perform on a balance beam after her super strength causes her to break a beam.
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You Can't Spike Your Serves

Julie Gassman, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 49 pages
When her friend's cheerleading team needs help raising money for pom-poms, Alicia organizes a charity volleyball tournament.
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I Could Be a One-Man Relay

Scott Nickel, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 49 pages
Since Danny has super speed, he is overconfident in his running ability--will he learn in time that relay racing is about teamwork as well as speed?
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I Don't Want to Live on the Tennis Court

Val Priebe - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 49 pages
Carmen's new friend Laura is super at tennis, but she is also tired of it and would like to try other sports--can Carmen convince Laura to talk to her mother about her frustration?
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There's a Hurricane in the Pool!

Jessica Gunderson, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 48 pages
At Victory School for Super Athletes, Kenzie is angry because she is having trouble controlling her super strength in swimming class.
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I've Got the No-Skateboard Blues

Anita Yasuda, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 49 pages
Tyler's parents are tired of his recklessness. Not only are they refusing to replace the skateboard he broke, they are making him pay for other things he has destroyed around ...
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Beach Volleyball Is No Joke

Anita Yasuda, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 49 pages
Instead of trying to learn beach volleyball, Tyler spends a week at camp pulling practical jokes, only to upset his teammates.
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I Just Have to Ride the Halfpipe!

Jessica Gunderson, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 49 pages
Kenzie uses her super strength skill to learn snowboarding.
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There's No Crying in Baseball

Anita Yasuda, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 48 pages
After Tyler sprains his ankle, he does not want to participate in the spirit activities at school.
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It's a Wrestling Mat, Not a Dance Floor

Scott Nickel, Jorge Santillan - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 49 pages
After football season ends, Danny learns to use his speed as an asset in wrestling.
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