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It’s a cross-town rivalry game against the talented and tough Dynamo. Alex and his team are confident. They know what each player should be doing on the field. What Do We Do? is a fully illustrated book that will help youth soccer players understand playing positions. It also intends to help young players transition from playing small side pack ball to 7 vs. 7 formations.
Taekwondo Kids is the first practical guide to the Korean Martial Arts System of Taekwondo and has been specially written with children and youths in mind. It serves as an accompaniment to training as well as providing an introduction to this particular sport. Using simple, easily understood language and numerous appropriate illustrations suitable for children and youths, all the exercises can be carried out or practiced without any difficulty.
The readers are introduced to special characters who will be with them throughout the book. They will meet 9 year old Kira, 12 year old Mike, Joanne who is 11 years old, 10 year old Farid, and Suko, who is the oldest at 13 years. Because these characters are all at different training levels, they will be able to show the reader different techniques based on their level and which ones will take them to the next grade. Taekwondo Kids is beautifully illustrated and four-color throughout.
The Spectacle: Celebrating the History of the Indianapolis 500 is a mix of historical fact and entertainment for young readers and race fans to learn about The Greatest Spectacle in Racing – the Indianapolis 500. This book features a vast number of drivers, teams and race cars that have made an impact on the rich history of racing at the Brickyard.
This book won’t bore young readers by running through a chronological list of each race, The Spectacle Celebrating the History of the Indianapolis 500 is an exciting breakdown of the content into a series of short topical sections such as The Golden Era, The British Invasion and The Four-Timer Club. A dad serves as a narrator as he teaches his kids about the Indy 500, which provides some light-hearted interaction with the kids to compliment the fact-based content. An intro and outro featuring four-time winner A.J. Foyt ties it all together in a unique, identifiable way.