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review My First Book of Soccer 100 ↠ The fourth book in the fan favorite Rookie Book series Sports Illustrated Kids explains the most popular sport in the world to its youngest fansThe ref blows the whistle the striker approaches for kickoff feet fly a soccer match is underway With a fun mix of Sports Illustrated action photography simple text a full glosIon photography simple text a full glossary of terms and awesome graphics My First Book of Soccer introduces readers to the world's favorite game Kids and probably a few adults too will learn how the clock counts up and never stops what an offside means what's up with those yellow. Sports are not my thing When my knee gives me trouble I let everyone know that it is a marching band injury But the Sports Illustrated Kids Rookie Books make sports easy to understand for everyone My First Books of Soccer begins with a description of team size the object of the game and a diagram of the field Photographs of players and officials are used to illustrate each concept that is discussed Two cartoon kids comment on things they notice and make jokes One says Dribble Here take a bib The other replies Oh sheeshSpeech bubbles are added to the photographs to create even humor In a spread showing a player taking a shot at the goal she thinks I hope I don't stub my toe and the goalie thinks I hope she stubs her toe Or when a player fouls another she says Sorry My bad and the player who was fouled says So not coolA set of these books would be constantly checked out in a library setting since even those who don't have an ambition to play the spot will still enjoy the funny characters and speech or thought bubbles It might be an interesting activity to read some of the books in class and then have students create their own guide books complete with the additional bubble comments If you have a young reader that is into sports and enjoys learning the rules and playing positions then find this series for them You will score for sure

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Cards and how kicks become a gooooaaaallllIllustrated rookie characters appears on every page guiding the reader moment by moment and helping to make My First Book of Soccer an ideal shared reading experience between parents and their little rookies before during and after the ga. This book uses photographs of soccer players cartoon drawings and speech bubbles to explain the sport of soccer in a easy to understand way

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My First Book of SoccerThe fourth book in the fan favorite Rookie Book series Sports Illustrated Kids explains the most popular sport in the world to its youngest fansThe ref blows the whistle the striker approaches for kickoff feet fly a soccer match is underway With a fun mix of Sports Illustrated act. Using photos of real pro soccer players with added speech bubbles two cartoon kid characters and a pro game scenario the book explains all the rules of soccer This does a good job of covering most of the basics of soccer from terms to player positions to rules and even includes some trickier rules like off sides and when it’s a corner kick versus a goalie kick The combination of real photos with added speech bubbles usually saying humorous things that fit the situation described should be a hit with kids It’s an attractive layout Every other page alternates between guys playing and girls playing so the book would be good for all kids The only ualm I had with the book was the way it is presented Picking up a book with this title I was expecting the book to introduce young potential players to the game But that doesn’t seem to be the focus The book just states that there’s always eleven players per team on the field when often youth leagues play with just seven and that there are two 45 min halves most kids and teens play shorter games than that So the book seems aimed at prepping kids to better understand watching pro soccer than playing soccer themselves It also does no introduction of cleats shin guards or other soccer gear Perhaps a better title would have been My First Book of Soccer for Fans Of course learning the rules would certainly help prepare young players but some of the details will be a tad different Soccer is hands down the most popular sport in our area of the world so I’m sure our elementary library will consider adding this title I received an ARC of this title from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review