Dream Racer

From the Series Lorimer SideStreets

  • Interest Level: Grade 9 - Grade 12   ·  
  • Reading Level: Grade 5

Zoë’s caught the racing bug. Not only is she following in the tire tracks of her older brother as a rally racer, she thinks she might even have the stuff to become a racecar engineer one day. But Zoë’s mother has another dream for her daughter, and it’s called “Zoë Kendall, M.D.” In this fast-action sequel to Racing Fear, Zoë must learn to stand up to her mother’s good intentions before her true aspirations come to a screeching halt.

Format List Price Your Price Qty
978-1-55028-942-8
$9.95 $9.95
Interest Level Grade 9 - Grade 12
Reading Level Grade 5
Genre Fiction, High/Low, Young Adult
Copyright 2006
Publisher Lorimer & Company, Ltd.
Imprint Lorimer Children & Teens
Language English
Number of Pages 136
Publication Date 2016-09-01
BISACS YAF058220, YAF059050
Dewey [Fic]
Dimensions 4.25 x 7
Lexile 800
Features Author/Illustrator biography and Teaching Guides

Author: Jacqueline Guest

Jacqueline Guest is a Metis writer who lives in Bragg Creek, Alberta. She is the author of 10 previous Lorimer novels.

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Lorimer SideStreets

Edgy high/low fiction for teen reluctant readers. Each SideStreets novel deals with real-world issues and features contemporary teen characters, many from diverse backgrounds. Male and female characters face serious issues today’s teens can relate to, such as… View available downloads →