Venus and the Comets

Venus and the Comets

by Erika Tamar

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Overview

Nine-year-old Venus Macquire is ready to trade smiling for the camera for nailing a soccer ball into the net. Her mother isn't thrilled. She's been grooming Venus for supermodel status since her daughter was three. Everyone at school knows about Venus's famous commercials, and some of the girls on the soccer squad don't think she's cut out for athletic competition. Thing is, Venus is a soccer natural—and she almost has her team convinced. When she's scheduled to be the Cinderella doll at a toy store grand opening, the would-be soccer star has to show everyone, even herself, that her real goal is not to be special. It's to be the real Venus—a regular kid, with a kick!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781467731423
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/01/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 96
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 7 - 9 Years

Table of Contents

Chapter 1Soccer Barbie5
Chapter 2Dribbling, Drooling, or Worse13
Chapter 3Power Kick23
Chapter 4Teammate Talk31
Chapter 5Stealing the Ball37
Chapter 6A Friend43
Chapter 7Spoiled Brat51
Chapter 8The Terrible Js59
Chapter 9Making the Cut65
Chapter 10Warm-ups73
Chapter 11The Smashers79
Chapter 12The Second Half85

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Venus and the Comets 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is athletic and fun for a girl. The author's name is Erika Tamar. This book is about this girl named Venus. She wants to play soccer but her mom wants her to do something else. Then Venus goes to soccer practice behind her mom's back and says she's going to a friend's house (but she's not). The soccer coach says that Venus isn't a good player. Then her mom figures out that she's playing soccer because Venus's coach called her mom and tells her, and if you want to see if her mom lets her playing soccer then you should read the book. I like this book because it's about a girl that wants to play soccer, but her mom wants her to do something else and the girl plays soccer behind her mom's back and it teaches you a lesson. I think you should read this book because it makes you learn a lesson. I think 2nd-4th grade should read this book because someone older (like 6th grade and up) might think it's a little childish. The book is over 100 pages so if you like not long and not short books then you should read this book.