Your kids & sports: everything you need to know from grade school to college
While sports can influence children in positive ways and provide years of enjoyable experiences, they can also be the source of frustration, disappointment, and injury. This book helps parents negotiate the potential pitfalls of youth sports, while taking advantage of everything positive sports has to offer. Packed with stories, anecdotes, quotes, and sound, practical advice, Your Kids and Sports has everything parents need to make their kids' sports experiences both fun and meaningful.
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