|008||210802s2022 mnu c 000 1 eng|
|245||1||a|Hoops and hopes /|
c|by Jake Maddox ; text by Monica Roe.
|260||a|North Mankato, MN :|
|300||a|89 p. ;|
|490||1||a|Jake Maddox JV girls|
|520||a|For twelve-year-old Autumn Holloway, a week at Blazing Hoops wheelchair basketball camp is a dream come true. She has high hopes that it will be her ticket to making connections in the adaptive sports community. But Autumn struggles to fit in with her wealthier roommates. To make matters worse, she has to use a borrowed sports wheelchair because she doesn't have her own. It takes a chance encounter with the campus custodial staff to help Autumn realize that she belongs at camp.|
|650||7||a|Belonging (Social psychology)|
|650||7||a|People with disabilities|
|650||7||a|Sports for people with disabilities|
|650||1||a|Belonging (Social psychology)|
|650||1||a|People with disabilities|
|650||1||a|Sports for people with disabilities|
a|FICTION / Sports & Recreation / Basketball.
|700||1||a|Roe, Monica M.,|
t|Jake Maddox JV girls.