High School Runner PDF/EPUB ↠ High School PDF or

High School Runner PDF/EPUB ↠ High School PDF or

High School Runner [Read] ➳ High School Runner By Bill Kenley – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk High School Runner Freshman effectively follows the long held tradition of coming of age novels but with some twists It tells the story of Sherman Leopold Kindle or K1 a ninth grader beginning his hig High School Runner Freshman effectively follows the long held tradition of coming of age novels but with some twists It tells the story of Sherman Leopold Kindle or K a ninth grader beginning his high school journey as an initially apprehensive member of the cross country track team Over the course of the season he learns to rise to the challenge of the work self discipline teamwork and most importantly empathy His often hilarious sometimes pathetic and ultimately pitiful coach mentors all of the runners veteran or rookie braggart or slacker star or dud in High School PDF or less than conventional fashion As his life falls completely apart both personal and professional Coach Viddstein molds his team and inspires them to their greatest success With splendid details and incisive humorous writing Bill Kenley brings Freshman Runner to the finish line.


About the Author: Bill Kenley

Bill Kenley earned a bachelor's degree from Miami University and a master's degree from Ohio State University Twice voted the most inspiring and influential teacher at his high school he’s taught creative writing at the college and high school levels He’s got a marathon PR and a miler under his belt.



1 thoughts on “High School Runner

  1. Katelyn Wasson Katelyn Wasson says:

    I liked this book because of how the team was described and how you could see the team becoming a family for K1 However I wanted it to be about running Also the ending last 2 pages seemed very cheesy and an easy way to end the book


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1 thoughts on “High School Runner

  1. Katelyn Wasson Katelyn Wasson says:

    I liked this book because of how the team was described and how you could see the team becoming a family for K1 However I wanted it to be about running Also the ending last 2 pages seemed very cheesy and an easy way to end the book

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