Synopses & Reviews
Tyra Fraser hates her life. A family move from sunny Florida to an army base in the cold north of England leaves her lonely and angry. Outgoing Tyra hopes to fit in by playing soccer for the school team, but the girls' team is terrible, and the coach is too focused on the boys' team to do anything about it. Tyra wants to turn things around, but before she can do that, she has to get her teammates to take her advice—and they won't even talk to her!
Overall it is a strong choice for reluctant readers and those seeking an action-packed plot.
A family move from sunny Florida to an army base in the cold north of England leaves Tyra Fraser lonely and angry. She hopes to fit in at school by playing soccer, but the girls' team is terrible. Tyra wants to turn things around, but her teammates won't even talk to her.
About the Author
Donna King is the alter ego of Jenny Oldfield, a best-selling author of children's series fiction, including the Horses of Half-Moon Ranch series. More than one million copies of her books have been sold around the world.