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Can he come home again to the Plain life?


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Is Homecoming turns out more than new dresses…murdersacrificing herself the only way to stop this evil?


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Win it all, or lose it all




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Also by Tiki Barber:

Wild Card, August 2009
Hardcover
Tiki Barber's Pure Hard Workout, November 2008
Hardcover
Tiki, October 2007
Hardcover
Teammates, September 2006
Hardcover
Game Day, August 2005
Hardcover
By My Brother's Side, August 2004
Hardcover

Also by Ronde Barber:

Wild Card, August 2009
Hardcover
Game Day, August 2005
Hardcover
By My Brother's Side, August 2004
Hardcover

By My Brother's Side
Tiki Barber, Ronde Barber

Based on the childhood of National Football League superstars Ronde and Tiki Barber, this inspiring book about the values of family, hard work, and determination is the story of what it takes to be a champion.

Simon and Schuster Paula Wiseman Books
August 2004
Featuring: Tiki Barber; Ronde Barber
32 pages
ISBN: 0689865597
Hardcover
$16.95
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Tiki and Ronde were each other's best friends. Together from the start, these twins might not have been the strongest or the tallest, but they were fast and worked hard at what they loved. And they loved sports, especially football.

Then one day Tiki badly hurt his knee in a biking accident, and he was sure he'd never be able to play again. Their mother had always told them, "You are each other's best friends. Stick together, believe in yourselves, and you can do anything." They kept her words in their hearts and never gave up.

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