Publication Date: August 06, 2019
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Ages 8 to 12
An inspiring middle-grade biography of the most celebrated women's tennis player ever, Serena Williams, from acclaimed sports journalist Dan Wetzel!
Serena Williams is no stranger to overcoming obstacles. From growing up in a tough neighborhood to combatting racism, there is no challenge that will get in the way of her unwavering desire to be the best tennis player in the world.
As a little girl, Serena spent hours training at her local court with sister Venus, dreaming of one day winning Grand Slam titles. In this exciting biography, young readers will discover what it takes to become a champion. Bestselling author Dan Wetzel brings to life the story of an athlete and trailblazer who broke records and racial barriers.
Publishing right between Wimbledon and the US Open and featuring comic-style interior art, Dan Wetzel's biography of the greatest women's tennis player of all time is sure to be a hit with young sports fans.
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