Arthur and the Best Coach Ever

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Turtleback Books, Mar 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 58 pages
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When Arthur's soccer team gets a new coach who gives them brand new uniforms and lots of ice cream, it takes them a while to realize that he doesn't know how to coach soccer.

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Review: Arthur and the Best Coach Ever (Arthur Good Sports #4)

User Review  - Taylor Beadle - Goodreads

This is a good chapter book for beginning readers. More a book that children would read at home than assigned at school. Has a lesson but not very deep. Read full review

Review: Arthur and the Best Coach Ever (Arthur Good Sports #4)

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

A typical Arthur story just like the tv shows but with a being a "Good Sport" message. It's nice to show an adult who will admit to lack of knowledge. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Author and illustrator, Marc Brown was born in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1946. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Art. After college, he worked numerous odd jobs before he began his career. He is most renown for creating the Arthur series. The idea for Arthur, the aardvark came one night while telling his son a bedtime story. The first title in the series was "Arthur's Nose" written in 1976. Since then, Brown has written over thirty books in the Arthur Adventure series. D. W., Arthur's sister was another character created by Brown. In addition to writing, Brown also developed the Arthur television series on PBS.

Stephen Krensky is the author of more than a hundred books for children, including "How Santa Got His Job" (an ALA Notable Book) and "Big Bad Wolves at School". He and his wife, Joan, live in Lexington, Massachusetts. You can visit him at StephenKrensky.com.

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