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✓ Read Þ How I Fell in Love and Learned to Shoot Free Throws by Jon Ripslinger ✓ I really liked this book I read it a few years ago out of pure boredom and I couldn t put it down Everywhere i went i was reading that book Even in classes I was reading it And man where my teachers mad at me.
Danny The Bruiser Henderson Has A Plan He S Going To Hustle Cool, Beautiful Angel McPherson, The Best Female Player In The State Of Iowa, On The Basketball Court But He Has No Idea That She Is Hiding A Shocking Family Secret And What About Danny S Own Secret Both Angel And Danny Have A Lot To Learn About Trust And Love On The Court And Off John Ripslinger Tells Their Story In Robust, Masculine Writing That Packs A Punch Sure, the book is 10 years old, but there s not much boy oriented YA out there I like the way the story moves and Jon keeps the plot interesting, while resorting to less sex and drinking than I ve seen in most girl oriented YA There s a nice social hook, too, and I wanted to finish the book in one day, which I pretty much did A very nice story Mark Lichtenfeld Author of LINE CHANGE.
Saw this at a library book sale, thought it might be interesting but it s not really grabbing me.
Light, quick read with interesting characters It s a bit different from the other Ripslinger book s I ve read, but quite enjoyable It dealt with some important social issues.
I love this book i really love basketball too so it just added amd their is a SHOCKING secret.



I thought the book was pretty good I liked it because it was about basketball The best part of the book was when Angel pushed Danny into Duck creek I think the message is that keep trying I think it s that because Danny has to keep trying to get Angel to like him I would recommend this book to someone who likes basketball.
I liked this book, but with the reservation that at one point it skips forward from the end of one page to the beginning of the next in a conversation You get the distinct impression that a huge chunk was taken out with little effort to conceal it That being said, it is a very sweet athletes story and an endearing read.

After Jon Ripslinger retired as a public high school English teacher, he began a career as an author He has published many young adult novels and truly enjoys writing books for teens He has also published numerous short stories in Woman s World magazine.Jon and his wife, Colette, live in Iowa They are the proud parents of six children, and they have thirteen grandchildren and three great grandc