Kids Books - Sports Books

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

By Kate DiCamillo
79 ratings79 reviews
  • somebody
    somebody5 stars
    A china doll named Edward was owned by Abilene Tulane, a young, rich girl who loved Edward, and played with him all of the time. But when Abilene went on a cruise with her family, Edward was accidentally thrown overboard. Months, maybe even years later, he was caught by a fisherman, made in to a ...

Gold Medal Summer

By Donna Freitas
1 ratings1 reviews
  • ginny67
    ginny675 stars
    i read this book because i love gymnastics and i read this and somehow i find a way how this can relate to many peoples lives. its about this girl that is into gymnastics and her world just changes in many ways.

The Underdogs

By Mike Lupica
3 ratings2 reviews
  • edmodo-mgxqwamnq4
    I really liked this book, because as I was reading it made me feel like this could actually happen in any small town.

The Unwanteds

By Lisa McMann
23 ratings31 reviews
  • 20rshu
    20rshu5 stars
    This book is so good. In Quill when you are 13 (12 for 1 girl) you become a wanted a necessary or an Unwanted. If you break the law, which is creativity, you become a unwanted. Alex got chosen as an Unwanted because one day in quill it was raining and alex and aaron were bringing out scraps. Alex...

National Geographic Kids Everything Soccer: Score Tons of Photos, Facts, and Fun

By Blake Hoena
5 ratings11 reviews
  • EE
    I loved this book, and my nephew did, too! Lots of cool facts, lots of amazing pictures, and it got him all fired up about the World Cup! I would definitely recommend.

Meet Dwyane Wade: Basketball's Rising Star (All-Star Players)

By John Smithwick
4 ratings7 reviews
  • edmodo-qw5lvh73yx
    he is one of my favorite basketball players sounds like a good book

Babymouse #11: Dragonslayer

By Jennifer L. Holm, Matt Holm
2 ratings1 reviews
  • sira
    sira5 stars
    I love this book becuse it took baby mouse into the future and she wanted the slide rule so much she thought it was a trophy

A Strong Right Arm: The Story of Mamie "Peanut" Johnson

By Michelle Y. Green
1 ratings1 reviews
  • audreyjohnson
    This amazing book is about Mamie Johnson, a black female baseball player in the mid-1900's. Mamie was the pitcher on a baseball team in college. Then she joined the Indianapolis Clowns Negro League baseball team. Her nickname was Peanut because she was short. But she was still a great player!

NFL Record & Fact Book 2013 (Official National Football League Record and Fact Book)

By Editors at the NFL
1 ratings1 reviews

NFL Record & Fact Book 2012: The Official National Football League Record and Fact Book (Official NFL Record & Fact Book)

By Editors at the NFL
1 ratings1 reviews

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