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Why should you get a soccer book for your teenager?
All Your Saturdays Occupied. On the field, they don cleats and shin guards, they aim for the goal, they learn the life lessons of teamwork. Off the field, they root for their favorite players — in MLS, at the Olympics, and on league teams around the world. So what should the next Alex Morgan or Landon Donovan be reading? Bunny, mouse, frog, raccoon, bear? One of the hardest things for little kids learning soccer? That goes for Froggy, too, in this story about his big game. His mantra? Boot it! Knee it!
Respect! The Walter Tull Story
Fear not, for I have selected 32 titles, one for each team in the finals—and all but one published since the last World Cup concluded in Brazil—that will tell you more about the beautiful game than you could ever learn by, you know, just watching it. Granted, some American Outlaws will be interested only in the titles explaining why the U. Red Card: How the U. It reads like a thriller!
Download it for free on Apple Podcasts , Google Play , or your podcast player or choice. What began as a straightforward request for a round-up of YA books featuring soccer has turned into a project wherein a rabbit hole has been dug and dug and dug. You see, there are a good lot of soccer-focused YA books. A lot of them feature female lead characters, which is fabulous. Unfortunately, there is a dearth of soccer YA written by authors of color.