SPORTS & OLYMPICS
Get warmed-up with these energetic titles...
Ready, Steady Mo!
by Mo Farah and Kes Grey
From Olympic winner Mo Farah and bestselling author of Oi Frog!, Kes Gray, comes a fun and action-packed picture book that will get kids reading, and running too! Follow Mo on his madcap adventures as his running skills go from strength to strength.
Hare and the Tortoise
by Alison Murray
Hare is the fastest on the farm. Tortoise is as slow as they go. So when they decide to have a race, Hare is certain to win...isn't he? The well-loved Aesop's Fables has been made all the more enchanting with a sense of fun, mischief and stylish charm.
Kicking a Ball by Allan Ahlberg
For anyone who can't see a ball without wanting to kick it, head it, shoot it, or boot it! Relate to the simple joy felt by a boy kicking a ball, and how there is nothing else quite like it. The story takes us on a journey from childhood to fatherhood full of humour, warmth, friendship... and football.
I Really Want to Win!
by Simon Philip
Our heroine is determined that she's going to win at school sports day. The problem is that winning isn't as easy as it looks. She doesn't win the running race or the tug of war - and she can't even win a game of hide-and-seek. But maybe winning isn't really the point?
by Rob Biddulph
Fred is the Best Bear in the Wood – and he’s got the medals to prove it. Until a new bear moves to town, and Fred’s champion GRRRRR goes missing… How will he ever win now? Or will Fred instead learn that some things are more important than winning?
by Julia Donaldson
Spinderella the spider has a passion for football! She tries to play a match but she doesn’t know how many spiders should be on each team. Even worse, she can’t count the goals! Luckily for Spinderella, her Hairy Godmother has a plan.
Max the Champion
Max is mad about sport. In his real day, he and his class win the school football match and, in his imagination, he and his friends are winning the World Cup. This inclusive book shows disabled children and children without disabilities enjoying different sports together in a natural way.
Ambrose Goes for Gold
by Tor Freeman
It's the day of the Great Insect Games and Ambrose is desperate to win a medal. But when the grasshopper jumps further, it looks as though Ambrose will never win anything. But with a little determination and the help of his friends, Ambrose soon discovers that everyone is good at something.