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Victoria's Victory


March 4, 2020
Juvenile Fiction

Book Details

This hi-lo book for kids explores traditional gender roles with a compelling, inspiring storyline and vibrant illustrations. Victoria is frustrated by her stepmom, Rita. Rita thinks that girls should wear dresses, be cheerleaders, and most definitely, never ever play football. But Victoria dreams of being on the kickoff line, not the sidelines. And then there's her stepbrother, who would much rather cheer for the team than play for the team. Will these siblings be able to change Rita's traditional way of thinking? This 32-page fiction will appeal to kids who have ever felt that they like things they're not supposed to like.

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