Sports Books for Girls

Full court dreams by Jake Maddox

Annie wants nothing more than to get back onto the girls' basketball team, and despite getting a late start to her day, she vows to not let anything get in her way.

Stolen bases by Jake Maddox

Someone is stealing the equipment from Eva and Becca's softball team.

Tennis trouble by Jake Maddox

Even though she's only in seventh grade, Alexis made the varsity tennis team. But some other girls on the team aren't happy she's there.

Storm surfer by Jake Maddox

Jill never thought her week at surf camp would be interrupted by a hurricane, but one is heading for the North Carolina coast. She knows to stay away from the water when a storm is coming. But Abby and Sara think surfing in a hurricane will be amazing. Who will save them when the waves get out of control?.

Zoe the Skating Fairy by Daisy Meadows

While everyone in Fairyland is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics, Jack Frost's goblins steal the Sports Fairies' magic objects, and Rachel and Kristy are determined to roll away with Zoe's magic shoelace.

While everyone in Fairyland is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics, Jack Frost's goblins steal the Sports Fairies' magic objects, and Rachel and Kristy must try to get back Samantha's magic goggles from the goblins.

While everyone in Fairyland is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics, Jack Frost's goblins steal the Sports Fairies' magic objects, and Rachel and Kristy must play the goblins' Mean Green Basketball Team to win back Brittany's magic ball.

While everyone in Fairyland is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics, Jack Frost's goblins steal the Sports Fairies' magic objects and mix the stables all up. Can Rachel and Kirsty help Helena the Horseriding Fairy rein things in? .

Sporty Sprite by Tracey West

Violet's team is ready for the big soccer game, but the other team has a secret weapon -- Sport. Sport thinks her team should always win, and she'll cheat to help them score goals. Will Violet and Sprite be able to defeat Sport's magic?.

Alicia agrees to organize a volleyball tournament to raise money for a friend's cheerleading team, but when her serves fail to measure up, Alicia wonders if she is going to humiliate herself at the game.

Ten-year-old Carmen Skore, a basketball player at Victory School for Super Athletes with super dribbling ability, doubts her ability to be a good soccer player, but learns that practice helps, even without a super skill.

Track attack by Betty Hicks

Jazz is a born runner who loves being on the school's track team. Her biggest fan is her dad--and that is a problem. He gets over-involved in her training, talks too much to the coach, yells at the track ref, and cheers way too loudly during the meets. How can Jazz tell him to stay away from the track without hurting his feelings?.

Throwing like a girl by Weezie Kerr Mackey

After moving from Chicago to Dallas in the spring of her sophomore year, fifteen-year-old Ella finds that joining the softball team at her private school not only helps her make friends, it also provides unexpected opportunities to learn and grow.