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Elmer and the race —McKee, David, author, illustrator.

"The young elephants want to race to prove who is the fastest, but sometimes winning isn't about coming first!"-- Provided by publisher.

Cork & Fuzz : good sports —Chaconas, Dori, 1938-

Short-legged Cork is upset when tall Fuzz wins every game they play, until he learns that their friendship is more important than winning.

Camp Average. Away games —Battle, Craig, 1980- author.

"It's another summer at Camp Avalon--also known as Camp Average to its campers--only this year, things are anything but normal. Mack and Andre are spending the summer at rival Camp Killington, where the competitive campe...

Camp average —Battle, Craig, 1980- author.

"Camp Average is a middle-grade novel that tells the story of a group of 11-year-old boys sharing Cabin 10 at a six-week summer sports camp for boys. The actual name of the place is Camp Avalon, but the kids call it Camp...

Milo Moss is officially un-amazing —Allbright, Lauren, author.

Milo and his parents desperately want to win a Guinness World Record, but Milo ultimately discovers what winning really means.

Win or lose —King, M. C.

Miley and Lilly decide it's up to them to dethrone the queens of mean, Amber and Ashley, by raising more money than them for their annual fund-raiser. When all their efforts are wasted, Miley decides to use her secret we...

Junie B., first grader : dumb bunny —Park, Barbara.

First grader Junie B. Jones is determined to win the grand prize at wealthy classmate Lucille's Easter egg hunt--a playdate in Lucille's heated swimming pool.

Tractor Mac, you're a winner —Steers, Billy, author, illustrator.

Tractor Mac enters the tractor pull at the county fair.

Karate rebels —Maddox, Jake, author.

Blaming herself for her parents fighting, twelve-year-old Aliyah takes out her anger and agression in karate class, believing that winning is everything.

Camp Buccaneer —James, Brian, 1976-

Captain Stinky Beard's pirate students, who want to win without cheating, compete in sailing races, treasure hunts, and swashbuckling events at Camp Buccaneer.

Emily's art —Catalanotto, Peter.

Emily paints four pictures and enters one in the first-grade art contest, but the judge interprets Emily's entry as a rabbit instead of a dog.

Shoot-out : a Comeback Kids novel —Lupica, Mike.

Twelve-year-old Jake must leave his championship soccer team to play on a team with a losing record when his family moves to a neighboring town.

Sam is not a loser —Robberecht, Thierry.

Sam loves to play games-- even if he does not win every time.

I like to win! —Simon, Charnan.

Trouble arises between a brother and sister because she always wins the games they play, but then she discovers that she does not have to brag or win all the time.

Excellent Emma —Warner, Sally.

When the third-graders compete in the first annual winter games, Emma feels that she must win in order to prove to her father, who is divorced from her mother and lives in England with his new wife, that she is good at s...

Body check —Hirschfeld, Robert, 1942-

Twelve-year-old Brent Mullen discovers that the new assistant hockey coach is teaching the defensemen on his team illegal moves to help them win at any cost.

Alex and the Wednesday chess club —Wong, Janet S.

Alex quits playing chess after losing a game to Uncle Hooya; but when other activities fail to satisfy him, he gives his favorite game another try by joining the chess club.

Winners and losers —Hoffius, Stephen.

When a heart condition threatens to curtail his friend Daryl's track career, Curt finds himself taking Daryl's place as lead contender for the conference championship and as the new obsession of Daryl's driven father.

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