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Book cover No Fear
Dean Hughes (1999) , 80-120 pages
Audience: Intermediate (4th-6th grade)
Category: Realistic Fiction, Sports


Playing second base can be a dangerous job. Just ask Tracy Matlock. She's the Scrapper's steadiest, most consistent player until she gets a shiner from a bouncing grounder. But baseball isn't the worst of Tracy's problems. Determined to beat the Mustangs, Tracey struggles with teasing from opposing teams and the "cool" crowd's attempts to pull her away from baseball. Read how Tracy learns that in life, as in baseball, she is the only one who can conquer her fears and make a winning choice.

Reviewed by: Cathy / Morrison Regional Library
If you liked this book, you may also like: Bases Loaded  by Dean Hughes

Comments from Readers

Gabriela, age 8 from California
I have No Fear thanks to this book. It really made me look at little leage in a different way. I wasn't afraid of the scary pitchers any more. Really good!

Rebecca, age 7 from N.Y
I always get scared

Anonymous, age 10 from Unknown
I have NO FEAR thanks to this book. It really made me look at little leage in a different way. I wasn't afraid of the scary pitchers any more. Realy good!!!!

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