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Just Run

By Deb Loughead

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Series: Lorimer Sports Stories

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Fourteen-year-old Daisy Howson is a take-charge kind of girl, maybe even something of a control freak. She means well--she just wants everything to run smoothly, especially on her relay team. But when someone tries to sabotage the boys' relay team Daisy suspects her own team may be involved. Can she sort it all out and fix everything up again before the city championship meet? [Fry reading level - 3.6

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Commended - A Junior Library Guild Selection -

Daisy's voice and perceptions ring true, and the story, hinging on her choices, is involving. A solid choice for reluctant readers and track fans.

- Linda Perkins Booklist Online (US)

"This book has an engaging and interesting story...The situations that Daisy finds herself in, at home and at school, are handled (or blown out of proportion) in a manner that is consistent with Daisy's age. All in all, this book is a solid addition to this series."

- Angela Thompson Resource Links

"...the book will appeal to a broad audience, and readers who are athletic, like Daisy, will find it very easy to identify with her.

Recommended."

- Jeannine Stickle CM: Canadian Review of Materials

Daisy's voice and perceptions ring true, and the story, hinging on her choices, is involving. A solid choice for reluctant readers and track fans.

- Linda Perkins Booklist Online (US)

"This book has an engaging and interesting story...The situations that Daisy finds herself in, at home and at school, are handled (or blown out of proportion) in a manner that is consistent with Daisy's age. All in all, this book is a solid addition to this series."

- Angela Thompson Resource Links

"...the book will appeal to a broad audience, and readers who are athletic, like Daisy, will find it very easy to identify with her.

Recommended."

- Jeannine Stickle CM: Canadian Review of Materials

DEB LOUGHEAD is an established children's author, a prize-winning poet, and a past president of CANSCAIP. She has written two hi-lo books for teens and numerous works of poetry for children. She is a co-editor of Cleavage: Breakaway Fiction for Real Girls (Sumach). Deb lives in Toronto.

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 104 pages
Publication Date: 11th March 2011
ISBN: 9781552776681
Format: 7.75in x 5in

Binding: Hardback, 104 pages
Publication Date: 4th April 2011
ISBN: 9781552776995
Format: 7.75in x 5in

Binding: Electronic book text, 104 pages
Publication Date: 26th September 2011
ISBN: 9781552776698
Format: EPUB

Imprint: Lorimer

Interest age: From 9 To 13

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  • Gripping, action-packed stories
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  • Contemporary themes and Canadian settings
  • Award-winning authors who know their sport

"A winning series... designed to attract reluctant readers as well as provide recreational reading for children who are interested in stories about sports."
- National Library of Canada

"Lorimer is obviously succeeding with this series of action-driven novels which encourage young readers to 'Get in the Game'!"
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Kids who love sports love these books, and so do teachers. When you put one of these into a young sports fan's hands, you can feel confident they will enjoy reading.