Heads or Tails Series (4 Titles)

Heads or Tails Series (4 Titles)


Ever wish that you could just whisper some advice to your favorite character? Don’t go in there!. . . She’s lying to you!. . . It’s a trap! If you’ve ever read a book and wished you could take control, then ‘Heads or Tails?’ books are for you. With a ‘Heads or Tails?’ book, you get the chance to experience the kinds of situations most people only dream about. And better yet, you can experience those dreams over and over again, changing them each time by making different decisions, and always coming to a different ending. You might even decide to flip a coin when it’s time to make a choice. With that, here’s some advice for you: Turn to page one.

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Last Line of Defense

View Product | ISBN: 9781629202549 | $8.95 | Paperback

You are Phil “Fixer” Halverson, center for the Chesterton Middle School Dragons. At 6’1”, you’ve got the height to get the job done – as long as it’s not a free throw! They call you “Fixer” because your defensive skills are practically legendary. You’re fast and graceful, and on the court, you’re in control – at least, you used to be. Problems at home are finding their way into your game. Your mom is always upset, your dad is always at work, and your little brother is always in trouble. Your focus is off, and it’s beginning to show. Will trying to fix things at home ruin things on the court?


One Goal

View Product | ISBN: 9781629202570 | $8.95 | Paperback

You are Kevin Faklaw and you live to play soccer. Your flip-throw is outstanding, and Darrington High School’s coach just offered you a varsity spot as a freshman. Sounds good, right? But actually, things just got pretty complicated. You have a lot of difficult choices to make. Should you take a season off from the soccer club you love to face intimidating upperclassmen on the field? Should you tell Chuck Grady, the varsity goalie, to quit making googly eyes at your best friend, Autumn? And, how will you ever get your parents to let you attend Olympic Prep Soccer Camp in Holland next summer? Well, only you can decide.


The Iceman's Meltdown

View Product | ISBN: 9781629202488 | $8.95 | Paperback

You are Kellen Moore, the best pitcher at West Burbank High. It isn’t your arm that makes you successful, but your cool head. You’ve always had an uncanny ability on the mound to tune out the crowd, the opposing team, and the pressure. Well, almost always. The state championship game forces you to revisit one moment when you let the pressure get the better of you – an embarrassing day you’d rather forget. This time, can you make the choices that will help bring home the trophy for your team?


Backing up the Beast

View Product | ISBN: 9781629202518 | $8.95 | Paperback

You are Scotty Reardon, the backup to Bobby “The Beast” Brownstein, Murrow High’s star senior quarterback. Your job is to be ready to play at all times, just in case you’re needed. It’s the day of the first game of the season and you are ready . . . mostly. But there’s a secret that you’ve never felt comfortable sharing with your coaches or teammates. It’s made being a quarterback twice as hard, and could bring a fast end to your playing career. Can you make sure your secret doesn’t stop you from succeeding when it’s your turn to take the field?




  • Features relatable and diverse characters who readers can relate to
  • Presents athletes from various sports to engage readers of different athletic interests 

Key Features:

  • Readers are in control of the story as they can determine the path of each story’s protagonist. 
  • Unique “heads” or “tails” decisions at end of pages to enable multiple endings and narratives for each story. 
  • Book can be read over and over again without taking the same path twice. 

Heads or Tails? 
Have you ever wished that you could just whisper some advice to your favorite character? Don’t go in there!. . . She’s lying to you!. . .  It’s a trap! If you’ve ever read a book and wished you could take control, then Heads or Tails? books are for you. 

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