Singled Out review by KFCampbe
Singled Out
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Fresno, CA, United States
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Taylor Dresden is not so sure she made the right move. After lots of drama many years before over her playing baseball, she is about to play again. However, this time she is playing on scholarship at a boy's private school. For a while, Taylor thinks everything is going along okay, but when one of her fellow scholarship classmates gets blamed for something she didn't do, Taylor is not sure what to do. As she struggles to stay at the school and earn her time on the field, she also struggles with mixed emotions for the guy who is trying to get her thrown out of the school. What will Taylor do? Will she last the year, or will she be singled out?


Singled Out by Sara Griffiths is fantastic book that teaches one to never give up and to fight for what one believes in. It is also the second installment in a series about Taylor Dresden and her dream to play baseball. This story is very realistic in the fact that its main character is a girl who is told she can't do something because she is not a guy. Many girls today are told they cannot do things because they do not have the abilities guys do. This story is very motivational, and I suggest it to both guys and girls who believe anything is possible if you try hard enough.

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