Maggie Vaults Over the Moon


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Inspired Young Vaulter Soars Over and Over With Maggie on Kindle!

“I have probably read it more than 20 times (not even kidding).”

SADORUS, Ill. — Since she began pole-vaulting just two years ago, Taylor Millsap has soared to many personal records (PRs).

Over the past few months, however, Taylor might’ve set the world record (WR) for the number of times anyone has read her favorite novel, Maggie Vaults Over the Moon.Maggie Vaults Over the Moon

“I have probably read it more than 20 times (not even kidding),” Taylor writes in her awesome review (see below).

Taylor’s favorite read tells the story of Maggie Steele, a gutsy farm girl from Grain Valley, Kansas, who pours her broken heart into the daring sport of pole-vaulting. Driven by a secret that she dare not share with anyone, Maggie struggles over many obstacles as she attempts to soar waaay higher than her critics think a girl should ever go.

Author Grant Overstake says, “It’s a great feeling to know that Maggie has inspired this wonderful young person to soar higher and higher!”

Watch Taylor vault at the Indiana State Fair!

TAYLOR MILLSAP’S REVIEW: Continue reading


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‘Maggie’ Gets 5 More Stars!

Your book was probably the most pure and wholesome young adult book I've ever read.

“It’s one of the most pure and wholesome young adult books I’ve ever read.” — Shannon Clark

Thanks to Shannon Clark of I Run Read Teach   for an Awesome Review:

You know that saying — “Don’t judge a book by its cover”? Well, it applies to this book. Most definitely! Grant Overstake, the author, contacted me about reading his book and reviewing it on my blog. I am so glad I did.

Coach, teacher and running enthusiast Shannon Clark is also a Girls Gone Sporty ambassador, an active group of women promoting health, life and fitness for girls of all ages.

English teacher and Coach Shannon Clark is also a Girls Gone Sporty Ambassador, promoting health, life and fitness for girls of all ages.

It’s a young adult book that’s appropriate for young adults as well as 4th and up. When do you ever find a young adult book like that? Some words that would best describe it would be- PURE, WHOLESOME, GENUINE -those can also describe Maggie, the main character.

Not an inappropriate word throughout the entire book. No inappropriate content either. I mean that’s a hard find in today’s world! It’s one of the most pure and wholesome young adult books I’ve ever read. Continue reading