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FREE READ é In the Swish À [Reading] ➹ In the Swish Author Dawn Green – Helpyouantib.co.uk Bennett Ryan is one of the region's very best basketball players In fact she single handedly led her team to an undefeated State championship But when she is forced to switch schools in her senior yea Bennett Ryan is one of the region's very best basketN undefeated State championship But when she is forced to switch schools in her senior year she must first fit. I'm not usually much of a realistic fiction fan let alone a fan of sports fiction but I really enjoyed In the Swish I got invested in the characters and their lives I could relate to the ups and downs of competition and rivalry I appreciated that the main character Bennett was able to see beyond her own troubles and issues and have some insight into the people around herAn entertaining and uplifting read for sports fans and discerning readersA great companion to The Crossover Alexander Undergrounders Skuy and Power Play Ulrich

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In with her old rivals on this new team then face her old team in the most heated playdowns of her young care. I loved this book I knew when I saw that this book was about girls high school basketball I knew I had to read it I loved the storyline and watching the characters evolve throughout the book Five star read

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In the SwishBennett Ryan is one of the region's very best basketball players In fact she single handedly led her team to a. Here is another book I loved It is a story about a girl Bennett who LOVES basketball Her senior year after her team wins the states the year before she has to move to her rival's school There are lots of issues but her love of the game and her sense of responsibility to team prevails When I started this a thought oh a sports story But the writing keeps this story intense heartfelt and very realistic Just when you think you might be able to predict what is going to happen there is a turn This is a great book for any YAs who are truly passionate about sports and especially basketball An additional plus is what the reader picks up about a child with autism along the way One last thing I do believe in age appropriateness and because of the strong language and a chapter about one of the after game parties I would recommend this for end of the year eighth graders and up IMHO