Soccer Dreams review by WToll
Soccer Dreams: My True Adventure Following the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, as a Fan and 12-Year Old Junior Reporter for the St. Petersburg ... History-Making 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup!
by Leah Lauber
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Nonfiction

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Reviewer's Location - Chambersburg , PA , United States
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The book Soccer Dreams is about a 12 year old girl who loves soccer. It tells about her soccer years on a select team and how much fun she had with her friends. When Leah was 10 her friend found out about a compotation to become a member of the X-press. That was a local newspaper that was having kids be reporters. So Leah went to all kinds of events and she met so many people. When she went to women's world cup twice and some other soccer games, she got to go down on the field and interview the players. She got a cool pass too. In 1999 the women's World Cup was happening so she when, and saw Mia Hamm's last game. She also broke the world record. Then the U.S. won it all.


This book was great! If you like soccer you will love this book. It tells a lot about the U.S. women's soccer team. It is an easy book to read but it is filled with information. I like soccer so I enjoyed this book a lot. I would read this book any day


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