soccer For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 13 books about soccer for kids.Hope you will like these books.
Not something that I would sit down and read for a long time without a motive (b.o.b.) but I enjoyed it. I loved the story over all, Luma was such an inspiring figure, and I grew attached to many of the characters and loved learning their stories.
My kids are huge sports fans, so Little Soccer and this author's other sports books were a great find on meegenius.com. My kids literally read Little Soccer, Little Football, and Little Baseball while we were waiting for my husband to run into a store. They are so conven......[Read More]
This is almost too short! But it gets the job done. Franco has a problem on his new school's soccer team-- they don't work together and he's the best person to try to help them (when he gets some encouragement from his former coach) because he's the ultimate teamplayer. Franco is his best when he pl......[Read More]
Great source of interesting soccer facts for kids. Lots of amazing pictures, and with bits written by Omar Gonzales, who plays for the LA Galaxy.Definitely would recomend
Perhaps I am overly critical of titles which combine popular themes, but this one missed the mark. A child obsessed with dinos and soccer may overlook it but I found the title a bit clumsy at times.
Ethan really liked it, his babysitter read it to him so I have no idea if I would like it.
I really enjoyed reading the book. I related to it a lot because I have had two ACL surgery's from soccer and just hearing someones else's story and that she still plays pro means i can do it and accomplish pretty much anything if i put in the hard work and want to push ......[Read More]
This is the fourth book in the "My First Book of..." series. It uses photographs of soccer players, cartoon drawings of a girl and boy, and speech bubbles to explain the sport of soccer in a easy to understand way. The photos are full-colour action shots of both men and women's soccer teams. Each pa......[Read More]
Stars of World Soccer: 2nd Edition by Illugi Jokulsson is a well-written book. It has given me more insight about soccer players around the globe. I can use the information I learned from this book in conversations with my ESL/ESOL students.[Read More]
Created for boys and girls who love soccer by education expert and soccer fan, The Future Teacher, this fantastically-fun soccer activity book will keep any soccer-mad kid busy, happy and entertained for hours with a wide variety of soccer themed fun.Suitable for supporters of any team and specially......[Read More]
Ahh, I love Julie Ertz so much! Being Julie's age, I am definitely not the target audience for this book. With that being said, I would have LOVED this book when I was a tween. There was a lot of sound advice about one's perspective and attitude toward life that even as ......[Read More]
This fun informative book is about soccer/football. My Dad, Brother and Husband are all huge soccer fans and I have learnt a bit from them. This book contains some great facts and statistics: The 1st FIFA World Cup in 1930 was in Uruguay, In 1969 the Women's FA (Football Association) was formed, In ......[Read More]