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Author Dawn Brotherton has taken her love for playing fastball as a child and her background in the Air Force to create Margie Makes a Difference (Lady Tigers) (Volume 2). Margie Makes a Difference is a part of the Lady Tigers book series. This series is ideal for children and teenagers alike. In Margie Makes a Difference, the Lady Tigers consists of Margie, Trish, Sally and Nikki. These four young ladies work well together as a team both on and off the field. It is the job of their three baseball coaches - Kory, Sam and David - to help them to become great at not only playing the game, but learning the lessons that come with being a part of the game. As a child growing up, Margie had to learn and understand the importance of a father serving his country. There are times when he is available to watch her play and other times when he is away. One day Margie's dad, Master Sergeant Edward Clark, is called away for a tour of duty longer than usual, but instead of sulking Margie decided that maybe she should try to make a difference.
Reading Margie Makes a Difference (Lady Tigers) (Volume 2) by Dawn Brotherton was fun because not only are you reading a story about Margie, the girls, and the elements of the sport, but you are educated on the various aspects of baseball. In Margie Makes a Difference, you will learn baseball terms, and the positions of the players on the field, but also get questions to stimulate deep discussions about emotions, choices, and giving. If you love baseball and looking for a great book to read, get a copy of Margie Makes a Difference by Dawn Brotherton.