New book The Peerless Foursome: The Spyglass Cup targets young teen readers
Oh to be young again.
That was the thought that kept entering my mind while reading Clark Cunningham’s book, “The Peerless Foursome: The Spyglass Cup.”
Here are four teenagers loving life in the California sun, playing golf all day. But Cunningham’s plot has a twist: Tom Grant, the heroic eighth-grader, must spring into action to save his beloved Pacific Ranch Golf Club.
With words written in big type and a plot that flows seamlessly, the book is ideal for children ages 11-15 with an interest in the game. There’s enough drama to keep their heads in the book, and better yet, reading it just might spur them on to play golf when they put the book down. Cunningham put a glossary of golf terms in the back to help those who might be reading about the game for the first time. He has visions of expanding the series to include several more stories, including trips by the foursome to Pebble Beach, Hawaii, Palm Springs, Scotland and ultimately, the European Tour.
The book, published by Sgian Dubh Press, retails for $17.99.
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