Toni Diaz has a major problem. She's faster, stronger, and taller than most of the boys in her 6th grade class. Doesn't sound like a problem? Think again! She can't understand why God made her both the best athlete in her class and a girl! She wants to play for the Rutherford B. Hayes middle school football team, but school rules... and her parents... won't allow it. Toni decides to do it anyway. When dressing like a boy to pose for the tryouts lands her in detention, she meets the founder of the Secret Keeper Girl Club. The club's crazy assignments help her to learn that the coolest person she can be is... herself!
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Good book. About gitl who does a normally considered male task. Encouraged my daughter to think out of the box.
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Review 2 for T is for Antonia
Date:August 10, 2010
This series gives girls food for thought. The books seem to be good for non-Christian and Christian girls alike. They seem age appropriate (6th grade issues) and they are not preachy. There is no mention of God or prayer anywhere in this book. However, the last couple of pages give the reader a chance to think about the moral of the story and to pray with a parent.