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One life / adapted for young readers by Sarah Durand ; Megan Rapinoe with Emma Brockes.

Durand, Sarah, (author.). Rapinoe, Megan, 1985- (author.). Brockes, Emma, (author.). Rapinoe, Megan, 1985- Adaptation of (expression): One life. (Added Author).

Available copies

  • 2 of 2 copies available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
  • 2 of 2 copies available at Lake Agassiz Regional Library. (Show preferred library)

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0 current holds with 2 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Detroit Lakes Public Library J 921 RAP (Text) 33500013462221 New Available -
Moorhead Public Library J 921 RAP (Text) 33500013462239 New Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780593203415
  • ISBN: 0593203410
  • Physical Description: 260 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Razorbill, 2021.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Country life -- Strong women -- Practice -- Brian -- Out -- Down -- Chicago -- The only gay on the team -- The end of the league -- London 2012 -- Olympique lyonnais -- The fight for equal pay -- Rio -- Kneeling -- Sue -- Deserving -- Forward.
Summary, etc.:
"Adapted for young readers! Join Olympic gold medalist, two-time Women's World Cup champion, and trailblazing activist Megan Rapinoe in the fight for equality and justice in this middle grade adaptation of her New York Times bestselling memoir, One Life"-- Provided by publisher.
Target Audience Note:
Ages: 8-12 years Razorbill

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2021 September #1
    *Starred Review* This engaging and unapologetic memoir from soccer superstar Megan Rapinoe, adapted from her adult book of the same name, begins with a letter she wrote to her 13-year-old self, saying that "Failure and adversity will challenge and strengthen you. That success will embolden you, and that sometimes being brave will absolutely be called for." Rapinoe's obsession with and talent at soccer at the early age of six ultimately led to her being invited, as a teenager, to play for the FIFA Under-19 Women's World Championship and, later, to join the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. Through her memoir, she details not only athletic triumphs (taking gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics, winning the World Cup twice) but personal battles and accomplishments as well: she has publicly come out as gay, and she withstood a firestorm of protest when she took the knee in support of Colin Kaepernick. Rapinoe also touches upon causes she's passionate about—she's part of the lawsuit the women's team filed against the U.S. Soccer Federation for gender discrimination and a staunch advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, equal pay, and, due to her brother's incarceration, prison reform. Readers will be inspired by her belief that "we have to love more, hate less, listen more, talk less" and be empowered to follow her lead. Grades 6-9. Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.

Subject: Rapinoe, Megan, 1985- > Juvenile literature.
Women soccer players > United States > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Lesbian soccer players > United States > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Soccer players > United States > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Rapinoe, Megan, 1985-
Women soccer players.
Lesbian soccer players.
Soccer players.
Women > Biography.
Lesbian soccer players.
Soccer players.
Women soccer players.
United States.
Genre: Biographies.
Juvenile works.

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