Outside Shot (Fred Bowen Sports Story Series #21) (Paperback)

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Outside Shot (Fred Bowen Sports Story Series #21) (Paperback)

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This is book number 21 in the Fred Bowen Sports Story Series series.

Richie Mallon is known as "the shooter"—the one on the team who scores most of the baskets. Every day he practices at his driveway hoop, perfecting his technique. Richie never plays any other roles on the court, leaving it to his teammates to do the assisting and rebounding. Under a new coach, Richie makes the team but isn't given a starting position. So when his shooting skills fall into a slump, can he find a way to become a better-rounded player and stay on the team?
Bowen returns with another fast-paced story of sports, teamwork, and talent. The afterword offers real-life stories about some of the great shooters in basketball history.
Fred Bowen was a Little Leaguer who loved to read and is still a lifelong sports fanatic. He is the author of the action-packed Fred Bowen Sports Story series, currently totaling more than twenty titles. For thirteen years, Bowen coached kids' baseball and basketball teams. He has also written a weekly sports column for kids in the Washington Post since 2000. He was a lawyer for many years before retiring to become a full-time children's book author.Bowen lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with his wife Peggy Jackson. They have two grown children.
Product Details ISBN: 9781561459568
ISBN-10: 1561459569
Publisher: Peachtree
Publication Date: March 7th, 2017
Pages: 144
Language: English
Series: Fred Bowen Sports Story Series
"This latest novel is bound to engage and entertain young readers who double as basketball players and/or fans." —School Library Journal

"Bowen's Sports Story series. . . regularly offers stories that are engaging, action-packed, and a great next step for struggling readers ready to move beyond the usual high-lo offerings available to them. This quick, satisfying installment is no different and should find easy appeal among reluctant readers looking for novels about athletes." —Booklist Online