Kate's dad is a scocer-mad English migrant, and just can't comprehend why she's not interested in playing. When he becomes the coach of the girl's soccer team, he feels Kate's let him down when she chooses the pool over the soccer pitch.
It's in the pool that Kate can focus on doing what she loves best: finding her rhythm, staying perfectly balanced, functioning as smoothly as a machine. And there's nobody relying on her, no one to let down.
The Doplhin's swimming club coach seems to understand her and knows what makes Kate tick.... or does he?
A fun and appealing read for all kids interested in swimming and sport in general.
About the Series
Lothian's Sport Fiction series provides high interest level reading for reluctant readers. Suitable for 8 - 14 year olds, the stand alone books cover a broad range of sports and feature exciting and gripping stories. Each title has been highly praised by leaders in the sporting community.
About the Author:
Raewyn Caisley was born in New Zealand but now lives in Fremantle with her husband Terry and son Jack. She is the author of sixteen books for children, including Tennis Star, Top Marks, In Union and Not Cricket in the Lothian Sports Fiction series.
Author: Raewyn Caisley