By Melissa J. Morgan
It really is Alex Kim's fourth yr at Camp Lakeview, so there is not anything mysteriousabout her. we all know that she's a celebrity athlete and an all-around chief, and in the event that they do not, never-shy Alex could be very happy to fill them in. yet Alex is keeping anything again this summer season, and her associates are commencing to detect. Can they work out what is been bothering their pal ahead of the summer time ends?
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Jenna had three girls to cover. Brynn was supposed to stand near the goal and block anyone who came toward Alex when she went in for the point. Even the whiners came on board for the winning plans. By the end of the time-out, no one was unmotivated anymore. Instead, their expressions were determined. The girls looked like they took this game seriously, and even better, they looked like they wanted to win. ” It wasn’t poetry, but it was catchy. They high-fived and cheered one another as they ran back to the field.
Tad Maxwell! Alex had taken down her posters of him after she’d found out Natalie’s news at the beginning of the summer. It was way too weird to worship her friend’s dad. Though Natalie’s father was the most amazing athlete Alex had ever seen on screen—he even did most of his own stunts in the Spy movies. Alex’s favorite scene was when Tad jumped off Mount Fuji when the deranged monk was chasing him. Anyway, Alex had to hand it to Natalie; Natalie wasn’t stuck-up or glamorous or Hollywood at all.
Alex wasn’t judgmental of others, though. She figured that people had their flaws, and those flaws made them unique, even cute. Meanwhile, she beat up on herself. She couldn’t remember the last time she’d received a B in school. Anything but an A-plus was unacceptable to her. Report card day always made Alex’s parents so happy—they were big on good grades. It wasn’t just school either. At camp, Alex always got up five minutes earlier than everyone else so she could tidy up her stuff after she got ready in the morning.