Lucy Tries Soccer

Lucy Tries Soccer Eager to try a summer sport Lucy and her friends meet at the soccer field for their first game of three on three Thanks to Coach Nick Lucy and the rest of Team Blue learn a few basic skills as they

  • Title: Lucy Tries Soccer
  • Author: Lisa Bowes James Hearne
  • ISBN: 9781459810228
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eager to try a summer sport, Lucy and her friends meet at the soccer field for their first game of three on three Thanks to Coach Nick, Lucy and the rest of Team Blue learn a few basic skills as they prepare to face Team Red.This is the third book in the Lucy Tries Sports series, designed to encourage children to get active and participate in sports In Lucy Tries Soccer,Eager to try a summer sport, Lucy and her friends meet at the soccer field for their first game of three on three Thanks to Coach Nick, Lucy and the rest of Team Blue learn a few basic skills as they prepare to face Team Red.This is the third book in the Lucy Tries Sports series, designed to encourage children to get active and participate in sports In Lucy Tries Soccer, Lucy discovers how much fun it is to play on a team and learns why soccer is the world s most popular game For information or to find out what Lucy will try next, visit lucytriessports.

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    1 thought on “Lucy Tries Soccer”

    1. Lucy Tries Soccer is a book that I saw at BEA. I finally reserved it from the library, and Christopher and I both enjoyed it. Again, I read this one to him on Saturday night after his own soccer game.It explains some of the rules of soccer, and it stresses fun vs. competition. It's a cute story about trying something new and having a good time. The illustrations include a diverse cast of characters, and the book hints are the multi-cultural nature of the sport. There are even some more robust so [...]

    2. My son loves soccer, but wasn't that excited about the book. He enjoyed it more than he thought, but it still has not become a potential read again book. However, I think if we did read it again, he might change his mind. I liked the book and the illustrations are cute. It is quite informative if you are learning about soccer.

    3. I loved this simple toddler and up book about a girl learning to play soccer and having good sportsmanship. Each page has one sentence and often reinforces color and numbers.

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