Synopses & Reviews
One month ago, academic whiz Russell Evans never thought he'd be a basketball superstar. But now he's playing on the seventh-grade team alongside his fraternal twin, Owen, and they're tearing up the court. The Pioneers are on a winning streak, and Russ and Owen are getting along better than ever. Until the Matthews twins (Mitch and Marcus) show up. These twins are a triple threat: practically basketball pros, academic geniuses, and . . . identical. Things heat up on the court and in the classroom as these brothers are poised to rule the school.
Now Russ and Owen are fighting for the spotlight, and sabotage seems like their only hope. But when Marcus suffers an injury and Mitch falters during a big game without him, it becomes clear that the Matthews are powerless when separated. Will Russ and Owen take advantage? Or do they have other plans in mind?
"Owens and Russs characterizations solidly depict middle school life. This second book in the series is a good choice for reluctant readers who like sports." - School Library Journal "An honest and funny representation of sibling rivalry and peer pressure, this contemporary tale . . . ought to find a large fan base." - Publishers Weekly on Athlete vs. Mathlete "The light-hearted banter and family dynamics make it wholesome and sweet." - VOYA on Athlete vs. Mathlete
It's twins vs. twins in this second Athlete vs. Mathlete book-- and everyone is in it to twin it!
About the Author
W.C. MACK is the author of Athlete vs. Mathlete, as well as numerous books for children, including After All, You're Callie Boone and the Canadian hockey novel Hat Trick. She was raised in Vancouver and now lives in Portland. www.wcmack.com