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Barbie 5-minute stories : the sister collection.

Collects eleven stories starring Barbie and her sisters, as they throw a slumber party, go on a safari, and act in a play.

Skeleton key : an Alex Rider adventure —Horowitz, Anthony, 1955-

Reluctant teenage-spy Alex Rider, on a routine mission at the Wimbledon tennis championships, gets caught up in Chinese gangs, illegal nuclear weapons, and the suspect plans of his Russian host, General Sarov.

40 love —Wickham, Madeleine, 1969-
Book On CD
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During a weekend tennis party, four couples from different walks of life converge and undergo two life-changing days.

The prince of tennis. Vol. 36, A heated battle! Seishun vs. Shitenhoji —Konomi, Takeshi, 1970-
Graphic Novel
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"...The semifinals of the National Tournament begin! Seishun is pitted against powerhouse team Shitenhoji. The first match is No. 3 Singles, with Shusuke up against the Shitenhoji captain, Kuranosuke Shiraishi. Shusuke m...

Love-set-match —Dubowski, Cathy East.

At Camp Evergreen, Ashley decides to date her tennis partner and interferes when her sister tries to win a tree-climbing contest.

Ann hits the ball —Minden, Cecilia, author.

"Ann likes to play tennis. She plays doubles with her friends. Who will win the game? Read on to find out! This A-level illustrated story uses decodable and engaging text to help build confidence in early readers. The bo...

Tennis Ace —Arena, Felice.

The national tennis champion isn't the only tennis match in town-Tom and Joey have a competition of their own going at the local park. And all the big names can't wait to compete!

Tennis, anyone? —McG, Shane.

When Tom receives a tennis racket for his seventh birthday, he cannot figure out who to play with or what's fun about it until his father helps him look at the sport in a new way.

Snoopy came to play —Gallo, Tina.

Snoopy has his game face on and is ready to win his tennis match. But when the ball doesn't behave and his frustration grows, Woodstock reminds him that the heart of the game is having fun.

Diary of a tennis prodigy —Flint, Shamini, 1969-

Marcus is a maths whiz who is not good at sport. His dad is a self-help author who thinks Marcus can achieve anything he sets his mind to with hilarious results. In illustrated diary format, Marcus's gentle, satiric humo...

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