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A Running Back Can't Always Rush
A Running Back Can't Always Rush
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Sports Illustrated Kids Victory School Superstars

A Running Back Can't Always Rush

Danny loves to go fast. With his super speed, he can rush down the football field in seconds. The trouble is he forgets to slow down off of the field. When he zips through his homework, he makes mistakes. When he eats too fast, he feels sick. How will Danny learn that a running back can't always rush?

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandSports Illustrated Kids Victory School Superstars
Age Level6-8 Years
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
GenreSports Fiction
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count56



Library Media Connection - Kathleen McBroom

"At the Victory School for Super Athletes, every student has superpowers. These special gifts translate into trouble in real life when characters use them unwisely. Each title focuses on a different sport, and each features a different main character, who also makes cameo appearances in other titles. The series has strong eye-appeal, character interviews, and online games and puzzles. However, all this glitz cannot make up for the preachy tone and formulaic storylines. Readers may have a hard time identifying with gifted athletes who basically create their own problems Glossary. Timeline. Additional Selection." - Library Media Connection

March 1, 2011

Nate LeBoutillier

Nate LeBoutillier

While growing up in southwestern Minnesota, Nate LeBoutillier read any sports books he could get his hands. He now lives with his family in North Mankato, Minnesota. He began writing children's books in 2001 and has published many non-fiction titles. He also writes adult short fiction, novels, and screenplays. When not writing, Nate can be found playing with his kids, listening to music, or training for triathlons.

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