Delly's school is hosting an international basketball tournament. Teams are coming all the way from the USA and Japan to compete for the gold medal. But Delly's best mate, Sam, is down in the dumps. And when a bunch of kids get sick, the teachers want to cancel everything! Luckily, Delly has a daring pl ...Show more
Timmy, Kyah and Shaes teams are all in the hunt for the finals, but look out... Kyahs team is suddenly short of players! Someones going to have to step up, and Timmys super keen! But these kids are older and bigger, and Timmy will have twice as many games to play, and twice as much training to do! Will ...Show more
Written by radio personality Jo Stanley with humour and fun, Play Like a Girl weaves the ordinary world of young girls with the thrill and excitement of AFL. Each book focusses on one girl and her experiences playing footy and her general life of friends, school, hanging out at the shops, and being a go ...Show more
A hilarious, fun-filled junior fiction series for boys and girls that celebrates the great world game of football Developed in partnership with Football Federation Australia. Charles was the best player in the boys' football team. Charlotte was the best player in the girls' side. But this season they're ...Show more
Category: Junior Sports Fiction
FOX SWIFT is a brilliant and engaging new football book for children. Combining a gripping, laugh-out-loud story with expert football tips and training drills from Hawthorn superstar Cyril Rioli, as well as witty cartoons, FOX SWIFT is the perfect read for any child who's passionate about Aussie Rules. ...Show more
Alex and his teammates love to play soccer. But why are there more referees at their games this season waving silly flags and stopping them right before they go in to score a goal? This fully illustrated storybook is intended to help youth soccer players understand what it means to be in an offside posi ...Show more
Tiny Timmy's hard work has paid off-he's starring for his school team and now the rep coach is keen to recruit him! But it's a big step up-the kids are faster and stronger and the standard is better than what he's used to. Tim will have to keep training hard and if he gets a chance, he'll need to take i ...Show more
'Yes!' yelled Stefan. He threw his arms up in the air. 'Game, set and match to me! But there was no one else to cheer him on. Stefan has winning racquet skills. But will he ever play a real game of tennis?
"Pete dropped to his knees, knowing he wouldn't reach the ball in time. He was devastated. It was all over! Pete's family is crazy for cricket. But can his team take home the Jacaranda Cup? "
Lucy willed herself to run faster. But the girl was sprinting ahead of her! This can't be happening, she thought. Lucy loves being a champion at Little Athletics. But what if she can't win first place?
Tim tries out for his school team but keeps getting pushed off the ball and doesn't make the side. The coach tells him he's just not big enough to cut it with the other kids. Devastated, Tim tries some 'unconventional' ways to make himself taller-with notvery- successful but hilarious results! He finds ...Show more
The Under 12 footy (soccer) teams are having a rock 'n' roll disco Rainbow is excited to wear colored hairspray and funky clothes at a real disco, but why is Lucy's cousin Pina being mean? Will Rainbow and Pina work things out before the epic match?