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When an injury prevents him from joining the college basketball team, Chip keeps busy serving as an emergency replacement coach for the high school and participating in an important basket shooting tournament.
When a broken leg forces him off the high school basketball squad, Chip Hilton faces the coming season with all odds against him as he attempts to help build a winning team.<P> Written primarily for boys ages eight to thirteen, this fictional sports series gives young boys what they need most: a hero.<P> First published in the 1940s, each book in the series has been updated to recapture young minds and hearts as it directs boys toward developing high moral character based on biblical values.
While playing baseball for the steel company where he works during the summer, high school star athlete Chip Hilton comes up against professionals participating illegally in amateur sport.<P> The Chip Hilton series follows the adventures of Chip Hilton, a sports-loving hero who will capture the hearts of today's youth and direct them toward developing solid character, lasting values, and keen athletic skills.
The Chip Hilton series has inspired and influenced young people for more than five decades. Now, today's youth can follow the adventures of Chip Hilton, the sports-loving hero who will capture their hearts and direct them toward developing solid character, lasting values, and keen athletic skills.
As the freshman baseball team at State University tries to live up to its nickname, "Fence Busters," Chip must endure an injury and friction with a jealous teammate as he restores his team and rebuilds a community.
As a member of the freshman football team at State University, Chip Hilton encounters cliques, rivalries, and a conspiracy by the Booster Association to favor some players over others.
The final season of team captain Chip's football career at Valley Falls High finds him fighting a new coach, who threatens to destroy the fair play, sportsmanship, and good citizenship that have made his team great.
As a member of the college baseball team at State University, Chip Hilton finds his sense of sportsmanship challenged when he is wrongfully suspected of playing for a professional team.
In the process of learning to go beyond himself and to reach out to others, high school star football player Chip Hilton uncovers an act of sabotage at the local pottery.
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