Travel team by mike lupica

It's all a bit much for a kid just trying to stay on top of his grades and maintain his friendship with his verbal sparring partner, Anna.

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His parents are divorced because his dad was at a bar and got drunk and When I read the book Travel Team by: A touching story about teamwork and family, of selfishness and generosity, No Slam Dunk shows that even in the face of adversity, giving your best is the surest way to victory.

Like most Texans, Clay is never more at home than when playing football. With so much attention to detail in each game, readers are practically with the characters on the court I highly recommend this book to everyone, especially if you love basketball.

And evil is about to strike in a very big way. As is characteristic of Lupica's books, the sports segments, most particularly the football portions, are exceptionally well written. He will do anything to avoid the foster care system. That is, until a washed-up former playground legend steps back onto the court and takes True under his wing.

Like the real beat of his heart. All football fathers and sons will enjoy it. The game gets down to the wire but the Warriors end up polling it off with 5 seconds left.

He plays until he has to go inside for dinner then comes back out until he has to go to bed.

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Or maybe it stopped itself. In the tradition of uplifting stories like The Blind Side, Fast Break has all the family-friendly sports action Mike Lupica has become known and loved for. His mother had done everything she could to make the driveway wider back here, even cutting into what little backyard they had the summer before last.

He was good at blaming, why not blame the car. With no funding for things like uniforms and a well-maintained playing field, with every other family moving to find jobs, there just isn't enough money or players for a season.

And the kid who always had such respect for risk on the gridiron finds himself drawn to it off the field. When he zips across the field, arms outstretched, waiting for the ball to sail into his hands, there's no denying him the catch. Read an excerpt Praise "[S]hort, action-packed chapters. Wes' father always told him that there was only one ball in basketball.

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The official book website for Mike Lupica, author of No Slame Dunk, Travel Team, Heat, The Big Field, Comeback Kids, Miracle on 49th Street, and Summer Ball. Travel Team [Mike Lupica] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The #1 Bestseller! Twelve-year-old Danny Walker may be the smallest kid on the basketball court -- but don't tell him that.

Because no one plays with more heart or court sense. But none of that matters when he is cut from his local travel team/5(). Biography. Lupica was born in Oneida, New York where he spent his pre-adolescent years, having attended St.

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Patrick's Elementary School through the sixth grade. Inhe moved with his family to Nashua, New Hampshire where he attended middle school and subsequently Bishop Guertin High School, graduating in In he graduated from Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Mike Lupica is the author of multiple bestselling books for young readers, including the Home Team series, QB 1, Heat, Travel Team, Million-Dollar Throw, and The has carved out a niche as the sporting world’s finest storyteller.

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