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The Rivalry: Mystery at the Army-Navy Game

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

This book rocks!

I love this book and all of John Feinstein's children's books. He is a great author. This great book is about a mystery at the Army-Navy game.

posted by Anonymous on September 19, 2011

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Kids Review - Great Sports Story For Young and Old

I don't read a lot of sports books; but, this one was recommended by a friend and I picked it up at the Mall. Stevie and Susan Carol are reporting on the Army-Navy game. They are teenage sideline reporters and have a knack for uncovering all sorts of pretty cool stories...
I don't read a lot of sports books; but, this one was recommended by a friend and I picked it up at the Mall. Stevie and Susan Carol are reporting on the Army-Navy game. They are teenage sideline reporters and have a knack for uncovering all sorts of pretty cool stories about the game and the players. The Army-Navy Game is a big deal for both teams. Some really strange events occur because the President will be at the game. These reporters follow the teams and the players for a couple of weeks finding out all sorts of neat info. Security is going to be a big deal because there have been threats against the President. If you are looking for a good book about sports and some of the behind the game nitty gritty, you will love this book. There is mystery and suspense in the story. Stevie and Susan will take you into a world where even a football game is not what it appears to be---and the winners and losers are not always on the field. Tex

posted by TexRogers on November 28, 2010

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  • Posted November 28, 2010

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    Kids Review - Great Sports Story For Young and Old

    I don't read a lot of sports books; but, this one was recommended by a friend and I picked it up at the Mall. Stevie and Susan Carol are reporting on the Army-Navy game. They are teenage sideline reporters and have a knack for uncovering all sorts of pretty cool stories about the game and the players. The Army-Navy Game is a big deal for both teams. Some really strange events occur because the President will be at the game. These reporters follow the teams and the players for a couple of weeks finding out all sorts of neat info. Security is going to be a big deal because there have been threats against the President. If you are looking for a good book about sports and some of the behind the game nitty gritty, you will love this book. There is mystery and suspense in the story. Stevie and Susan will take you into a world where even a football game is not what it appears to be---and the winners and losers are not always on the field. Tex

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted January 9, 2012

    Good

    Not as great as i thought it would be. But it was good.

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