Soccer School Season 1: Where Soccer Explains (Rules) the World

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Soccer School Season 1: Where Soccer Explains (Rules) the World
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1536208353
ISBN-13: 9781536208351
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Soccer School Season 1: Where Soccer Explains (Rules) the World

authors: Alex Bellos; Ben Lyttleton
illustrator: Spike Gerrell

series name:
Soccer School

Now in paperback, this is the first book in a series that shows every school subject can be explored through the lens of soccer. Called "a superb way for children to learn" by the Guardian (U.K.) and "funny, cheeky, and little bit naughty" by TalkSPORT (U.K.), the series is already a hit in the United Kingdom, and this paperback edition is a perfect introduction for North American readers.

This winning nonfiction series explains he world via soccer trivia, facts, and fun.
suggested retail price (U.S./CAN):
$7.99 / $10.99
isbn-10/isbn-13:
1536208353 /  9781536208351
on sale date:
03/2019
type/format:
Fiction - Illustrated Middle-grade / Paperback
age range:
7 yrs - 10 yrs
# of pages/size:
208 / 5 1/16" x 7 13/16"
grade range:
Grade 2 - Grade 5
 
subjects:
Humor; Science & Nature; Sports & Recreation;
author’s comments:
Alex Bellos writes about math, science, and soccer. He is the author of Futebol:the Brazilian Way of Life in addition to being the ghostwriter of a best-selling autobiography about soccer superstar Pelé. Alex Bellos lives in London.

Ben Lyttleton is a journalist, newscaster,and soccer consultant. He is the author of Twelve Yards: The Art and Psychology of the Perfect Penalty Kick. He lives in London.
illustrator’s comments:
Spike Gerrell is an illustrator and cartoonist whose work has been published in the Guardian, New Scientist, and the Independent. He lives in London.
 
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