One on One
The third book in this fun series by Andrea Montalbano about a group of friends and the lessons they learn through their love of the world's most popular sport--soccer!
Chloe Gordon is super excited to attend summer soccer camp with her Soccer Sisters and fellow Breakers team members Makena Walsh and Val Flores--even though she's not quite as skilled as the other girls and her parents would rather she be spending her time practicing ballet.
But when Chloe arrives and she discovers that the Breakers' arch rival, Skylar Wilson, is rooming down the hall, Chloe worries that her camp experience will be more stressful than fun. Will the Soccer Sisters be able to band together and ignore Skylar's bullying? And can Chloe overcome her fear of not being good enough in time for the big inter-camp match?
Fans of Alex Morgan's The Kicks will love this series by former soccer player, coach, and motivational speaker Andrea Montalbano.
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About the Author
Andrea Montalbano is a writer, advocate, coach, and soccer player. She grew up playing soccer in Miami and took that love to Harvard, where she was a cocaptain and a Hall of Famer. She then attended Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, kicking off a long career at NBC News as a writer, producer, and supervising producer for the Today show. Andrea left broadcast journalism to write books and authored Breakaway in 2010. Determined to create a series for girls, she spent the next few years writing the Soccer Sisters novels. Off the field, Andrea is an activist for using sports for social change, and has represented the U.S. government abroad to teach the importance of sports for girls. She is a founder of the Girls of Armenia Leadership Soccer charity and is also on several boards for Coaches Across Continents, a global leader in education through sports. She has enjoyed coaching her own two children on local club teams and lives with them and her husband, Diron Jebejian, outside New York City.