One goal : a coach, a team, and the game that brought a divided town together
by Bass, Amy,
|Format:||Large Print 2018.|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
When thousands of Somali refugees resettled in Lewiston, Maine, a struggling, overwhelmingly white town, longtime residents grew uneasy. Then the mayor wrote a letter asking Somalis to stop coming, which became a national story. While scandal threatened to subsume the town, its high school's soccer coach integrated Somali kids onto his team, and their passion began to heal old wounds. Taking readers behind the tumult of this controversial team--and onto the pitch where the teammates vied to become state champions and achieved a vital sense of understanding--ONE GOAL is a timely story about overcoming the prejudices that divide us.
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Lewiston High School (Lewiston, Me.)
Soccer -- Maine -- Lewiston -- History.
Somalis -- Maine -- Lewiston.
Large type books.
Lewiston (Me.) -- Social conditions.
|Publisher|| New York, NY :2018.
|Edition||Large print edition.|
|Other Titles|| 1 goal
xxi, 423 pages (large print) : color illustrations ; 24 cm