Gracie never wanted to move to Calgary. Now she has to make new friends and adjust to a new school. The only bright spot is the synchronized swimming team. Gracie is excited about the chance to perform with some of the best swimmers in Alberta.
But not everyone on the team is equally excited about her. After only one practice, one of the swimmers tells Gracie to shape up quickly-or else get out.
Gracie soon finds herself in a battle with the star of the team in this dramatic, fast-paced sequel to Breathing Not Required.
MICHELE MARTIN BOSSLEY was born in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., but grew up in Calgary from the time she was five. She is the author of ten other children\s books including Taking a Dive runner-up for the R. Ross Annett Award in Children's Literature and The Perfect Gymnast nominated for the 1999 Manitoba Reader's Choice Award. One of her more recent books Pool Princess has been nominated for a Golden Eagle Children's Choice Award. Michele has been involved in both synchronized swimming and competitive swimming since her teens. She has also coached young swimmers and draws on much of that experience for her books.close this panel