It's Just a Game

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Boyds Mills Press, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When the winning team is put on the defensive as parents and students from the opposing team start calling names and making rude remarks, the joy of the victory is ruined as a full-scale war of words begins. Simultaneous.

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K-Gr 3-A didactic story told in forced and uneven rhyme. Young soccer players are excited about the day's game. They have new uniforms, the sun is shining, and everything is wonderful. And then the ... Read full review

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John Farrell is a singer, songwriter, author, and storyteller who has made presentations at more than one thousand schools across the world. His books include It's Just a Game and Stargazer's Alphabet, both published by Boyds Mills Press. A promoter of peace, literacy, and the natural world, Mr. Farrell founded Bridges of Peace, an international organization advocating understanding through writing and the arts. He and his wife have five children and live in Hillsdale, New York.

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