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Soccer Scoop: Who's making a fool of Mac? (Matt Christopher Sports Fiction) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-09-19 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0316188964
LANGUAGE: English

" I liked the fact that it was part mystery, part sports story. Looking at reviews, they mentioned how some of the language is silly for today but it was really only one kid who used weird phrases (dolled up, spiffy, etc) and better old school phrases than new ones that make it inappropriate. " said.

" This book is a great book. It talks about a great goalkeeper, called Mac. He is really good, but he acts strangely during games. He is the captain of the team, but he yell so loudly that all the players can hear him. He always shows great attitudes, but he doesn't have a self control. He has to have the enough strength to handle his anger. I recommend this book to any sports lover. " said.

"What a great sports book--just what my sporty son needed to pull him back into the reading habit. (That and all the for-older-readers nonfiction picture books I could find in our library system.)

Mac is a big talker of a goalie, but a good one, and is used to getting a lot of praise. When the student newspaper has a string of anti-Mac cartoons in it, he's dismayed and mad. He gets to the bottom of it but also has to confront how others might feel hearing his constant string of critiques during games. Great book for kids.
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" I liked the fact that it was part mystery, part sports story. Looking at reviews, they mentioned how some of the language is silly for today but it was really only one kid who used weird phrases (dolled up, spiffy, etc) and better old school phrases than new ones that make it inappropriate. " said.

" This book is a great book. It talks about a great goalkeeper, called Mac. He is really good, but he acts strangely during games. He is the captain of the team, but he yell so loudly that all the players can hear him. He always shows great attitudes, but he doesn't have a self control. He has to have the enough strength to handle his anger. I recommend this book to any sports lover. " said.

"What a great sports book--just what my sporty son needed to pull him back into the reading habit. (That and all the for-older-readers nonfiction picture books I could find in our library system.)

Mac is a big talker of a goalie, but a good one, and is used to getting a lot of praise. When the student newspaper has a string of anti-Mac cartoons in it, he's dismayed and mad. He gets to the bottom of it but also has to confront how others might feel hearing his constant string of critiques during games. Great book for kids.
" said.

" I liked the fact that it was part mystery, part sports story. Looking at reviews, they mentioned how some of the language is silly for today but it was really only one kid who used weird phrases (dolled up, spiffy, etc) and better old school phrases than new ones that make it inappropriate. " said.

" This book is a great book. It talks about a great goalkeeper, called Mac. He is really good, but he acts strangely during games. He is the captain of the team, but he yell so loudly that all the players can hear him. He always shows great attitudes, but he doesn't have a self control. He has to have the enough strength to handle his anger. I recommend this book to any sports lover. " said.

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