Avery Appreciates True Friendship

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Book 4 in the Lady Tigers Series

By Paige Brotherton

Playing softball for the Lady Tigers had always been the key to Avery, Charlotte, and Bianca’s friendship. It was the common interest they shared.

But when Charlotte grows closer to a new girl in the neighborhood, Avery worries that her friend’s new interest in clothes and shopping will tear the trio apart. Suddenly, Avery finds herself surrounded by worry, stress, and jealousy that affects the whole team. Can the girls come together for the upcoming tournament, or will insecurities get the better of the Lady Tigers?

And can Avery learn to accept her friend’s new interest…and herself?

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Playing softball for the Lady Tigers had always been the key to Avery, Charlotte, and Bianca’s friendship. It was the common interest they shared.

But when Charlotte grows closer to a new girl in the neighborhood, Avery worries that her friend’s new interest in clothes and shopping will tear the trio apart. Suddenly, Avery finds herself surrounded by worry, stress, and jealousy that affects the whole team. Can the girls come together for the upcoming tournament, or will insecurities get the better of the Lady Tigers?

And can Avery learn to accept her friend’s new interest…and herself?

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Weight 1 lbs
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Hardback, Paperback

1 review for Avery Appreciates True Friendship

  1. Benjamin Franklin Award Judge

    The teammates’ willingness to work through their differences is an important lesson. The author employs a well-developed style that has the authentic sound of her characters. The characters themselves are surprisingly individualized in this short story. Young Adults may be interested in reading about female athletes of their age for whom “boys” is not the all-consuming topic of conversation. Short series books are rarely as well written as this one, and it is refreshing to see the young women involved in sports while maintaining healthy friendships.
    – Benjamin Franklin Judge

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