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Dance Team Double Trouble
This title covers these subjects: Siblings -- Fiction., Dance -- Fiction., Twins -- Fiction.
Dance Team Double Trouble
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Jake Maddox Graphic Novels

Dance Team Double Trouble

by Jake Maddox
Illustrated by Mel Joy San Juan

When twins Lydia and Marco are approached to be on their dance studio's jazz team, Lydia is thrilled. She and Marco both love to dance and used to have fun dancing together as kids. But lately it seems their relationship has grown more distant. Lydia can't wait to dance with her brother again, but Marco is worried. He's used to hip-hop and will be the only boy on the team. And when bullies start mocking Marco for doing "girl dances" it could spell trouble for the whole team.

 
Dewey741.5/973
GenreSports Fiction
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-6
Interest LevelGrades 3-6
Lexile LevelGN550L
  
Text TypeLiterature: Drama
  
ISBN978-1-4965-9713-7
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandJake Maddox Graphic Novels
Copyright2021
  
Page Dimensions6" x 9"
Page Count72
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $26.65 School/Library Price
$19.99
 


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Jake Maddox

Who is Jake Maddox? Athlete, author, world-traveler – or all three? He has surfed in Hawaii, scuba-dived in Australia, and climbed the mountains of Peru and Alaska. His books range from the most popular team sports to outdoor activities to survival adventures and even to auto racing. His exploits have inspired numerous writers to walk in his footsteps – literally! Each of his stories is stamped with teamwork, fair play, and a strong sense of self-worth and discipline. Always a team-player, Maddox realizes it takes more than one man (or woman) to create a book good enough for a young reader. He hopes the lessons learned on the court, field, or arena and the champion sprinter pace of his books can motivate kids to become better athletes and lifelong readers.

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