Best Sports & Outdoors Books for 9 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 sports & outdoors books for 9 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Who Is Wayne Gretzky? (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Who Was…?)

by: Gail HermanTed Hammond
Release date: Feb 05, 2015
Number of Pages: 112
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. After breaking or tying more than sixty records in hockey, it’s no wonder that Wayne Gretzky is known as “”The Great One.”” Born in Brantford, Ontario, on January 26, 1961, in a nation obsessed with the sport, he threw himself into the game practically from the time he first laced up a pair of skates. When he retired from the NHL in 1999, he had led several teams to Stanley Cup victories, competed in the Olympics, and changed the way hockey was played forever. Known for his love for family and as a truly decent human being, Wayne Gretzky is revealed as more than a sports legend in this easy-to-read biography.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Sports & Recreation

2. Sports Illustrated Kids Big Book of Who Basketball

by: The Editors of Sports Illustrated Kids
Release date: May 05, 2015
Number of Pages: 128
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From the editors of Sports Illustrated Kids comes The Big Book of Who: Basketball, a 128-page collection of basketball’s brightest stars, past and present. Profiles, facts and stats will bring the best players in pro basketball history to life with all of the classic touches that Sports Illustrated Kids is famous for–terrific, age-appropriate writing and exciting sports photography. Court greats from Lebron James to Michael Jordan, Candace Parker to Allen Iverson, Shaq to Magic Johnson, will be profiled. Written in a fun question and answer format, kids will be able to stump their friends.

The Big Book of Who: Basketball is a book young sports fans will return to again and again as a lively, exciting resource.

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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games

3. Freddy Goes Camping (Freddy the Pig)

by: Walter R. BrooksKurt Wiese
Release date: Oct 29, 2001
Number of Pages: 258
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In Freddy Goes Camping, Mr. Camphor’s aunts, Minerva and Elmira, were staying with him, much to his disgust.

“There’s two kinds of aunts,” he said. “There’s the regular kind, and then there’s the other kind. Mine are the other kind.” He enlists Freddy’s aid in an attempt to rid his house of the ladies, with the result that Freddy and his chums become entangled with some extremely unfriendly ghosts in an abandoned summer hotel. Freddy camps out, goes canoeing, and tosses flapjacks like a pro when he’s not mixing it up with the eerie Mr. Eha.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Farm Animals

4. Adventures with Waffles

by: Maria ParrKate ForresterGuy Puzey
Release date: May 12, 2015
Number of Pages: 240
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Lena is Trille’s best friend, even if she is a girl. And there is never an ordinary day when you’ve got a best friend like Lena.

Hardly a day passes without Trille and Lena inventing some kind of adventure that often ends in trouble. Whether it’s coaxing a cow onto a boat or sledding down the steepest and iciest hill with a chicken, there is always a thrill—and sometimes an injury—to be had. Trille loves to share everything with Lena, even Auntie Granny’s waffles. But when Lena has to move away and Auntie Granny leaves the world, it sometimes seems like nothing will ever be right again. The warmth of friendship and the support of family suffuse this lightly illustrated novel, proving that when times are tough, a little taste of sweetness can make all the difference.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Multigenerational

5. A Kid’s Guide to Fly Tying

by: Tyler Befus
Release date: Nov 15, 2008
Number of Pages: 176
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This book is a complete, easy-to-use beginners guide to fly tying. Perfect for adults and kids alike.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games

6. The Middles School Rules of Skylar Diggins (Middle School Rules)

by: Sean Jensen
Release date: Jul 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 176
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Skylar Diggins is a basketball phenomenon, receiving her first letter of interest from a respected college coach when she was in fifth grade. She is an icon: signing as the first female client of Jay Z’s Roc Nation Sports, serving as the face of Nike’s Women’s Basketball Collection, and establishing herself as a must-follow on social media platforms such as Instagram (931,000 followers) and Twitter (604,000 followers).

The Middle School Rules of Skylar Diggins features Skylar’s defining childhood stories and lessons about growing up in a diverse middle-class family. Young readers will learn how Skylar dealt with bullying, struggled to fit in at school, and figured out how to excel in basketball despite never being the tallest, strongest, or fastest player.

Skylar shares personal anecdotes that helped her become the Gatorade National High School Player of the Year and one of the most decorated collegiate basketball players. “She was the most important recruit in the history of our program,” Notre Dame women’s basketball head coach, Muffet McGraw, says. “Skylar was in our own backyard, and we couldn’t let her get away.” Skylar Diggins did not disappoint.

A four-time All-American, Skylar finished her career at Notre Dame owning or co-owning 32 game, season, or school records, and earned the distinction as one of just six NCAA Division 1 players to compile 2,000 points, 500 rebounds,
500 assists, and 300 steals in a career. In the WNBA, Skylar, is starting guard for the Dallas Wings, a two-time All Star Starter, WNBA’s 2014 Most Improved Player and Named to WNBA’s 2014 First Team.

Off the court, she oversees Skylar’s Scholars, a program that highlights the academic achievement of youth who have overcome challenges or achieved goals, and she serves on the board of directors for the GenYouth Foundation. Aside from sports mediums like ESPN and Sports Illustrated, Skylar has also been featured in Vogue and Self, and has been on MTV. 

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Children’s Books > Comics & Graphic Novels

7. The Girl Who Struck Out Babe Ruth (On My Own History (Paperback))

by: Jean L. S. Patrick
Release date: Jan 01, 2000
Number of Pages: 48
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Introduce young readers to history through the stories of both real and fictionalized people. By focusing on a single important episode that describes a historical event, these books engage readers’ interests and imaginations. Written in a story format, each account relates events that really happened, often followed by a brief summary of the historical event to further explain the significance it had on history.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Sports & Recreation

8. Things Change

by: Troy Aikman
Release date: Mar 01, 1995
Number of Pages: 40
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In his first book for children, Troy Aikman explains how to use change to your advantage and view temporary setbacks as an opportunity to grow in new and better ways.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games

9. Crosshairs

by: RP Vogt
Release date: Dec 10, 2013
Number of Pages: 130
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When Booker T. Riggs catches his cousin stealing at deer hunting camp in rural Missouri, he is drawn into the world of a notorious delinquent, Derko Slim. The more Booker tries to protect his family’s name, the more determined Derko becomes to force Booker to respect his reign of violence and crime. With his Aunt Loretta nosing into his business, Booker realizes that appeasing Derko will only create more problems. Booker decides he must face the problem himself, risking his own safety to confront Derko about his threats and attempt to recover the antique civil war-era revolver his cousin stole as payback to Derko. Concluding at deer hunting camp a year later, Booker comes to see how his relationships with his father, with his family, and with himself have transformed through the choices he made during the scariest ordeal of his life.
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10. Dirt Bike Racers (Kid Racers)

by: James Holter
Release date: Apr 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 48
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Motocross is the sport of racing off-road motorcycles. Riders complete several laps around a course of jumps, turns, hills, and bumps. After learning how to ride a dirt bike safely, many kids decide to race. Racing is tough—but with dedication, practice, and patience, anyone can become a dirt bike racer!
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Children’s Books > Sports & Outdoors > Motor Sports

11. Allen Iverson (NBA) (Basketball Legends)

by: Sandra StotksyCharles E. Schmidt
Release date: Sep 01, 1997
Number of Pages: 64
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Iverson was named Rookie of the Year for his stellar 1996-1997 season with the Philadelphia 76ers.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Multicultural

12. Brooks Robinson (Baseball Legends)

by: Rick WolffJim Murray
Release date: Dec 01, 1991
Number of Pages: 64
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A biography of the Oriole third baseman whose lifetime fielding average is tops among third basemen in major league history.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Historical

13. One Letter at a Time

by: Dick and Rick Hoyt with Todd Civin
Release date: Nov 01, 2012
Number of Pages: 284
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One Letter at a Time is the inspirational story of Rick Hoyt told from his perspective and those he’s inspired. Though born a non-verbal spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy, Rick worked diligently with co-author, Todd Civin, to share stories from his incredible life using his one letter at a time method of speaking. Hoyt, together with his equally inspirational father, Dick Hoyt, has competed in nearly 1100 athletic events including thirty Boston Marathons.
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Biographies & Memoirs > Memoirs

14. The Wild Side: Extreme Sports: Critical Reading Skills

by: Henry &amp Melissa Billings
Release date: Feb 12, 2001
Number of Pages: 250
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Reading Level 4-6 and Interest Level 6-12
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Reading & Writing

15. The Jacks Book & The Jacks (Classic Games)

by: Sally Chabert
Release date: May 01, 1999
Number of Pages: 176
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Hot on the heels of the red-hot The Yo-Yo Book & The Yo-Yo comes The Jacks Book & The Jacks. Packaged with all the equipment a kid needs – 14 metal jacks, a red rubber ball, and a cloth pouch to carry and store them in – it’s the fourth title in the series that celebrates great American childhood games.

And whether it’s called Jacks or Huripapa, Cincos Marias, Maakgep, Abhadho, Iguni, or Zhua San, it just may be one of the oldest and most universal games ever. Archaeologists believe Cro-Magnon ancestors originally played a version of Jacks to hone the hand-eye coordination necessary for hunting and fighting. Ancient Greek and Roman kids played knucklebones, a direct predecessor of modern Jacks. Over the years, the jacks in Jacks have been pebbles, bones, seeds, little bags of rice, and, of course, the metal and plastic jacks we know today.

Illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs, The Jacks Book moves from basic rules, fundamentals, and do’s and don’ts to the classic American games – Eggs in the Basket, Pigs in the Pen, Jacks on the Rooftop, Five Finger, Challenge, and more. There are variations: “weird” Jacks; instructions for making international jacks (such as the bags of rice used in Singapore); Jacks songs and trivia; eight other activities to do with jacks; and a knucklebones recipe. Jacks is play-it-anywhere, play-it-anytime fun. Just follow the bouncing ball.

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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Games

16. Great Things to Do Outside

by: DK Publishing
Release date: Feb 17, 2014
Number of Pages: 192
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Get kids away from the TV, unplug, and step into the great outdoors with Great Things to Do Outside.

Consisting of practical projects to do outside ranging from simple observation activities like bird watching, hunting for fossils, observing air power, and forecasting the weather, to more ambitious projects like making your own wrapping paper, growing crystals, raising caterpillars, and even building a dam, every activity uses readily available materials such as paper, pens, sand, and soil, and includes step-by-step photographic instructions. The flexi-bound format makes it easy to pack for weekend getaways, camping trips, or to carry along on nature walks and hikes, and there are projects in the book appropriate for any type of weather or climate.

Specifically designed to be user friendly for children ages 5 and up, Great Things to Do Outside will open their eyes to the nature on their doorstep and allow them to engage with it.

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Children’s Books > Sports & Outdoors > Camping

17. Monster Jam: The Amazing Guide

by: DK Publishing
Release date: Sep 01, 2001
Number of Pages: 48
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Churning the dirt on massive tires and rattling the air with gigantic engines, monster trucks are the BIGGEST, BADDEST, LOUDEST machines in motor sports! Read the inside story of the top trucks and drivers from Monster Jam events. Discover what it takes to design and build a vehicle as big as an elephant. Learn what it feels like to drive a high-flying, car-crushing monster truck!
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Performing Arts > Television & Radio

18. Always Dream (Positively for Kids)

by: Yamaguchi Kristi
Release date: Apr 28, 1998
Number of Pages: 40
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In Always Dream, her first book for children, Kristi Yamaguchi reveals how her determination, ambition, and love of skating keeps her going, even in the midst of obstacles and tragedy. Fans of all ages will be inspired by Yamaguchi’s remarkable story, which is best embodied by her trademark phrase, “Always dream.”
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games

19. Bryce Harper (Amazing Athletes) (Amazing Athletes (Hardcover))

by: Jon M. Fishman
Release date: Jan 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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Bryce Harper always wanted to play Major League Baseball (MLB). He left high school after his sophomore year to chase his dream. The move paid off when he was chosen by the Washington Nationals as the first pick in the 2010 MLB draft. In 2013, Bryce became the youngest position player in National League (NL) history to start in an All-Star Game. Bryce’s swing has been compared to Babe Ruth’s, so the sky is the limit for his future. Learn more about his remarkable journey.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Sports & Recreation

20. Camp Omigosh

by: Wade Bradford
Release date: Jun 25, 2015
Number of Pages: 348
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Connor’s summer is off to a rough start: the camp bus almost crashes, his cabin mates don’t trust him, and the girls on the other side of the camp constantly outsmart him. But when he and his friends Tasha, Parker, and Kimberly investigate the mystery surrounding the “Ghost of Dead Billy,” they begin a hilarious adventure that is worlds away from your typical campfire story.

“A wild and zany camping adventure that will leave you begging for more. A must read for middle graders looking for something out of the ordinary.”
– Dorine White, author of The Awakening & Cleopatra’s Legacy series

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Children’s Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Spine-Chilling Horror

21. Charlie Whistler’s Omnium Gatherum: Campfire Stories and Adirondack Adventures

by: Philip Delves Broughton
Release date: May 17, 2016
Number of Pages: 272
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In the tradition of The Dangerous Book for Boys, a visually dazzling compendium of practical knowledge, fascinating trivia, and worldly wisdom for young boys—designed as a charming and informal full-color family scrapbook treasured by generations of one family at their Adirondack summer camp.

On a late summer afternoon, while rustling around in his family’s Adirondack cabin, a boy named Charlie Whistler finds a dusty cloth-bound scrapbook. It is the Omnium Gatherum, a colorful, illustrated grab bag of stories, arcana, and much more, faithfully collected over generations by Charlie’s father, grandfather, and generations of Whistlers before them.

Its pages hold a universe of age-old wisdom, from the simple—how to tie a slipknot—to the esoteric—how to find your way in the forest, or predict the tides—to the exotic—how to understand simple phrases in dozens of languages.

Charlie Whistler’s Omnium Gatherum is a delightful, ceaselessly readable, and unique gift book for boys of all ages: a nostalgic evocation of American childhood, a keepsake for modern fathers to hand down to their sons, and an irresistible, page-turning read for everyone who loves to lose themselves in the world of imagination.

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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Reference

22. DK Readers: Boys’ Life Series: Let’s Go Fishing

by: DK Publishing
Release date: Jun 30, 2008
Number of Pages: 48
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Boys’ Life is the official magazine of the Boy Scouts of America and is published 12 times a year with 5.8 million readers an issue. An important initiative for Boys’ Life and the Boy Scouts of America is Reading Partners, a literacy program that pairs poor readers with a better reader as a mentor. Open to everyone, not just Scouts, Reading Partners focuses on children from preschool to third grade. Boys’ Life Readers cover boys’ favorite topics in the visual, informative style of DK Readers.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Beginner Readers

23. Great Goalies (Hockey Hall of Fame Kids)

by: Eric ZweigGeorge Todorovic
Release date: Sep 11, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
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The coolest book on the greatest masked men in hockey history!

Hockey Hall of Fame Great Goalies features 34 Hall of Famers and 8 of today’s greatest netminders — and all of them can shut the door!

These great goalies come alive through excellent color photographs, fun illustrations, Hockey Hall of Fame artifacts and great information on the best goalies in the history of the game.

Some of the goalies featured are:

  • Jacques Plante
  • Dominik Hasek
  • Terry Sawchuk
  • Martin Brodeur
  • Patrick Roy
  • Glenn Hall
  • Vladislav Tretiak
  • Ed Belfour
  • Johnny Bower
  • Ken Dryden
  • Carey Price.

This new series is for young hockey fans. Punchy color and lively text promise hours of reading and sharing with hockey-crazy friends.

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Children’s Books > Sports & Outdoors > Hockey

24. Team of the Century: The Greatest High School Football Team in Texas

by: Al Pickett
Release date: Jul 28, 2004
Number of Pages: 192
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Fifty years ago Abilene High School, under legendary Coach Chuck Moser, became a football dynasty in Texas.

Moser moved to Abilene in 1953 at age thirty-four. What followed were seven of the most amazing years in the rich history of Texas high school football. The 1954, 1955, and 1956 teams won state championships. From 1954 to 1957 the Eagles won an incredible forty-nine consecutive games. Abilene captured six district titles in a row in a rugged West Texas league known as the Little Southwest Conference. In Moser’s seven years, Abilene won seventy-eight games and lost only seven.

In its 1999 wrap-up of the twentieth century in Texas, The Dallas Morning News designated the Eagles of 1954–57 as the “Team of the Century” in high school football.

Veteran sports writer Al Pickett explores how Moser worked his magic to galvanize an entire community in support of his program and turn an otherwise ordinary group of high school kids into the best football team in Texas history.

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25. 101 Things to Do Outside: Loads of fantastically fun reasons to get up, get out, and get active!

by: Creative Team of Weldon Owen
Release date: Mar 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 144
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From animal tracking and survival skills to using a compass and growing vegetables, 101 Things to Do Outside is the perfect guide for young explorers and aspiring adventurers longing for a taste of the great outdoors. Right outside your front door, there’s a world bursting with adventures just waiting to be explored. This pocket-sized book is overflowing with things to try, do, learn, and remember (plus it has a handy checklist!). Includes helpful step-by-step illustrations and plenty of activities and lessons. Actvities include: Outdoor games such as beach basketball and giant chess; Outdoor art projects such as build a hammock and making bark rubbings; Outdoor nature activities such as bug hunting and fossil hunting; Outdoor gardening activities such as planting a boot garden and creating an herb window box; Outdoor exploring activities such as cooking on a campfire and sending message with a flashlight. The fourth installment of the 101 Things series encourages children to step away from the computer screen and experience nature firsthand from their very own backyards.

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

26. 101 Things For Kids To Do Outside

by: Dawn Isaac
Release date: Feb 23, 2016
Number of Pages: 224
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Let them go outside and play! More parents are heeding the advice of specialists who urge them to do just that. By playing outside with friends, kids learn valuable interpersonal and negotiation skills and how to make decisions. Outdoor play teaches about the natural world, fosters creativity, and encourages physical activity.

101 Things For Kids To Do Outside is ideal for parents, teachers, and all those working with youth. This book is ideal for the children who like gaming, TV, movies, the soft couch, and even too many snacks. The kids who believe “there’s nothing to do outside” can learn and be encouraged to experience the joy of outdoor play.

Each activity is described in language easy for a 6- to 9-year-old and illustrated with engaging graphics. Younger children may need direction, at least the first time. Large pictures display all the fun to be had. The activities range from 10 minutes to hours and hours of fun. Some require creativity, make-believe or physical exertion but they are all outside. Perfect for rainy days, sunshiny days, even snowy days.

Examples of the 101 activities are:

  • Weave a bird’s nest
  • Set up a potion lab
  • Make nature rubbings
  • Build a crawl tunnel
  • Hold a mini Olympics
  • Build a human sundial
  • Make a nature walk bracelet
  • Capture animal tracks
  • Fly a homemade kite
  • Make a rain gauge
  • Make a snow maze.
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

27. Eyes on the Goal (4 for 4)

by: John Coy
Release date: Feb 28, 2012
Number of Pages: 192
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Just before they’re due to start middle school, Diego, Gig, Jackson, and Isaac, four sports-loving friends, all attend the same weeklong soccer camp. Diego is an experienced soccer player, and Gig has a natural ability for the sport he never realized. But Jackson and Isaac are split into another group of players?a group with younger, smaller kids. For the first time, both boys aren’t the stars of their team. In fact, they can’t seem to get a handle on soccer. At the same time, Jackson is having a hard time getting a handle on his mom’s deepening relationship with her boyfriend, and her suggestion that they move in with him. And Gig is worried about his father’s deployment to Afghanistan.

Here is a story about how life, like sports, can be unpredictable, frustrating, and exhilarating. Eyes on the Goal by John Coy is part of the 4 for 4 series, an action-packed middle grade series for young readers about four boys from diverse backgrounds who deal with family, friendship, and school situations.

“Light, enjoyable reading for those downtimes between sports seasons.” ?Booklist

“Coy has created a story of just the right length to keep his fans engaged. It is not necessary to have read Top of the Order to appreciate this one. Hints of fall football in middle school indicate that a third book is to follow.” ?School Library Journal

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Friendship

28. The Adventurous Book of Outdoor Games: Classic Fun for Daring Boys and Girls

by: Scott Strother
Release date: Aug 01, 2008
Number of Pages: 304
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A World of Adventure Outside Your Door!

Hidden deep within the most secret of secret chambers was a magical book filled with daring and adventurous games for boys and girls. For years, many feared this book had been lost… until now.

The Adventurous Book of Outdoor Games contains a treasure trove of the best neighborhood games invented by children since the beginning of time. This book is your passkey to a world of secret missions, last-minute victories, and thrilling chases.

More than 100 Great Games Including:

  • BOMBARDMENT
  • CAPTURE THE FLAG
  • FREE FOR ALL DODGEBALL
  • BRITISH BULLDOG
  • WALL BALL
  • INFILTRATION
  • TIGER AND LEOPARD
  • GHOST IN THE GRAVEYARD
  • 500
  • MONKEY IN THE MIDDLE
  • POISON CIRCLE
  • ARMY-NAVY
  • TREASURE HUNT
  • SOCCER GOLF
  • UNTANGLE
  • And More!!
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Games

29. J. J. Watt (Amazing Athletes) (Amazing Athletes (Hardcover))

by: Jon M. Fishman
Release date: Aug 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt is one of the biggest players in the National Football League (NFL). But he wasn’t always on track for stardom. J.J. started his college career playing tight end at Central Michigan University. A career in the pros seemed out of reach. But after a transfer to the University of Wisconsin and a switch to the defensive line, J.J.’s hard-hitting talents began to shine. In 2012, J.J. led the NFL in sacks and cemented himself as one of the league’s most-feared players. Learn how J.J. beat the odds and rose to fame.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Sports & Recreation

30. At the Plate with…Ken Griffey Jr. (Matt Christopher Sports Bio Bookshelf)

by: Matt Christopher
Release date: Apr 01, 1997
Number of Pages: 144
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Ken Griffey Jr., son of former pro ballplayer Ken Griffey Sr., has baseball in his blood. From his early years hanging out at Yankee Stadium with his father through his high school days as a baseball star, Ken Jr. was destined to bring greatness to whatever team he played for. He fulfilled his destiny by helping shape his former team, the Seattle Mariners, into division champs. In 2000, Griffey took his legendary skills and famous smile to the Cincinnati Reds to try to win a World Series with his hometown team.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Multicultural

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