Kick It, Mo!
Mo Jackson has been working hard on his kicking skills so he can help his soccer team score a goal. But when he gets on the field on game day, it seems like all he gets to do is run back and forth. Will Mo ever get the chance to show his team what he can do? Full color.
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||7 May 2019 by Penguin
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||By Adler, David A.
By Ricks, Sam
||Mo Jackson (part: 4)
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||Soccer, Soccer players, Soccer stories, Soccer matches, Passing (Soccer)
||Reference & Home Learning
Description of this Book
Soccer is the next sport Mo tries to tackle in this fourth title of the perenially popular, Geisel Award-winning Level 2 reader series! Soccer season is starting, and Mo has been working hard on his kicking skills so he can help his team, the Billy Goats, score a goal. But when he gets on the field on game day, it seems like all he gets to do is run back and forth. Will Mo ever get the chance to show his team what he can do?
Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings
||Praise for Kick It, Mo!: Another winning title in the popular series. --School Library Journal Simple in its storytelling, strong in its diversity, this is an entertaining as well as enlightening read. --Kirkus Reviews The youngest, smallest kid on each team, Mo works hard to learn and improve his skills. Who could begrudge this unlikely sports hero the good luck that comes his way in each book? Not a kid who's working hard to master a similarlycomplex, difficult challenge: learning to read. --Booklist
David A. Adler is the author of more than two hundred children's books, including two Level 3 easy-to-read series, Young Cam Jansen and Bones. Visit David at davidadler.com. Sam Ricks is a children's books illustrator and lead graphic design faculty at The Art Institute of Salt Lake City. Visit him at samricks.com.