eBook Open Court download
by Carol Clippinger
Author: Carol Clippinger
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (June 12, 2007)
ePub: 1583 kb
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Carol Clippinger's OPEN COURT presents the competitive and emotional pressures of tennis. Holloway "Hall" Braxton is just thirteen and is making her mark in the world of tennis.
Carol Clippinger's OPEN COURT presents the competitive and emotional pressures of tennis. She has pretty much outgrown her competition in Colorado, so what is next? Both her coach and her parents think it's time to start looking at improving her world ranking, but Hall isn't sure she's ready.
Thick, glossy brochures, pamphlets, and catalogs from every warm state in America are basically breeding in my parents’ mailbox. I can barely keep up with them. When I politely asked him to stop delivering the brochures-to simply chuck them in the trash-he sighed at me, mumbled something about a federal offense, and then unmercifully shoved a bunch more into the box, out of spite, probably. I've managed to intercept a few thick packets. Open court is a book about a girl, Holloway Braxton who is the next biggest news in Tennis.
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Thirteen-year-old tennis phenomenon Hall Braxton has been competing in tennis tournaments since she was six. Her next step is to turn pro, but to do that she must attend a tennis academy. Her parents and coach want to send her to a prestigious academy in Florida. Hall is afraid she won't measure up to the other students. What if, for the first time, she isn't the best? After a personal set-back during her visit to the academy, Hall discovers she has an inner strength that motivates her for the right reasons, and no matter what happens at the new school, she'll be all right.
Holloway Braxton takes no prisoners on the tennis court. She's nationally ranked on the junior circuit, and she has outgrown the local competition. Open Court - Carol Clippinger. Her parents want to send her to a tennis academy where they regularly churn out professional players, but Hall isn't sure she's ready to devote her entire life to tennis, especially after her training partner has a breakdown at a tournament.
Here I am not someone's little sister. Not someone's daughter. Not someone's friend .
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