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Summary

Ten-year-old Tracy is smart and full of energy, but more than anything, she wants love. Tracy doesn't know where her mum lives, but that doesn't stop her from having long, imaginary conversations with her. She's had two foster families before, which haven't worked out, but she hopes a woman named Cam will be her next foster mum.

In The Dare Game Tracy is now living with Cam and starting a new school. Things seem to be looking up for Tracy - but then trouble begins. She has a horrible teacher, the other kids laugh at her, and things between her and Cam aren't going as well as expected. Tracy's friends, Alexander and Football, are having their own problems, too. Then one day, out of the blue, who should appear but Tracy's long-lost mum.

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Good read

My 8 year old daughter loves this. I also bought her the paper book which she reads by herself. I believe this story gave ideas to kids about how to deal with emotional turmoil, set them free when they feel some confusing and conflicting feelings, and told them it is ok and it is normal. It talked about friendship and bullying, which is a great help too. My daughter started to write her own story, which is quite good. I only wished there are more books like this.

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The dare games

This is one of the books that I can't stop listening to because it is so good and funny . Its one of the best books ever !! I would recommend this book to another 10 year old . This book deferntly on a whole new level !!😝

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Amazing for young adults

I would recommend this to any one who like Jacquline Wilson book it was amazing.

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The dare game

Very good and lots of funny moments. I liked how the narrator did different voices for each character. If you like Jacqueline Wilson books then read it you won’t be disappointed 💖😀-

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Good Story.

I love this story. i think i can read, listen all the time. thank you for reading!