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The Great American Fifth Grade Air Hockey Tournament - The Kingsley Twins - cover

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The Great American Fifth Grade Air Hockey Tournament - The Kingsley Twins

Anita M. Shaw

Publisher: DreamWynd Publishing

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Summary

Picture it: 
A loud bragging bully named Ralph Henry Dalton. 
One class of fifth graders oh, so, tired of listening to him. 
Twins, Jerrianna and Jeoffrey Kingsley, whose mom is an air hockey genius. 
An abandoned large yellow-orange female Maine Coon cat with extra-large paws. 
Optimist Jerrianna dreams up the crazy idea that air hockey is The Way to stop Ralph Henry's obnoxious bragging forever. Why? Because their new pet, a big Maine Coon cat, named Snowshoe Mal for her large paws, is also an air hockey genius. (Mom pretty much thinks so too.) And Ralph Henry has declared that HE is The BEST Air Hockey Player in the Country and Universe. O, He could beat their mom hands tied behind his back and blindfolded any day of the week! So what chance did anyone else have? 
Jeoffrey, the pessimist, nicknamed Doom Dork by his sister, is more than convinced it'll spell Big Time Disaster because Jerrianna is dead serious in making Malley, not their talented mom, The Mystery Guest Player, who'll play against the last one standing in this wacko tournament. Her reasoning: How arrogant can anyone be after being soundly defeated by a cat? 
Moreover, Mom sets it in volcanic stone that she will not be participating in this momentous event—except to chaperone it . . . 
Their classmates, unaware the twins even have a cat, never mind one that can play a snappy game of air hockey—when she wants to—are super-excited for the opportunity of putting Ralph Henry in his place! 
"Let The Great American Fifth Grade Air Hockey Tournament Begin!" 
However, on that fateful afternoon, Malley is nowhere to be found. Jeoffrey can't decide whether to be relieved or worried. For Ralph Henry Dalton does seem to be The BEST at this game! 
What possibility was there in anyone's defeating Ralph Henry now? Would any of their friends still be their friends at the end of the day if Ralph Henry proves victorious? 
Jeoffrey is certain the answers are 'None at all' and  'Not A Chance'. 
So, sure . . . sure . . . let this great, Doomed, fifth grade air hockey tournament begin . . .!
Available since: 03/23/2010.

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