Picco Puppy Loves Football: Football Book For Kids, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Year Olds, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners, Boys & Girls. Short 5 Minute Moral Story - Picco Learns The Value Of Practice & Perseverance (英語) ペーパーバック – 2019/11/23
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A wonderful gift for 3-7 year old boy/girl football fans.
A fun, rhyming, moral story where Picco Puppy learns the value of practice and perseverance to fulfil a dream of scoring a goal.
It is a bright warm sunny day,
and Picco is at the park.
He is going to play football,
and the game is about to start.
The story is based on the inspiring true story of a little boy who wanted to play in a local football team with his friends. He found all the basic skills required to play football, such as running, dribbling, and kicking a football, a major challenge.
Despite the adversity, he tried his best every game and dreamed about scoring a goal. Every week, he would go home disappointed. But he never gave up on his dream.
With courage, perseverance, and a never-give-up attitude, the little boy triumphed in the face of adversity and fulfilled his dream of scoring a goal - in the sixteenth game of the season.
The third book in the Picco Puppy picture book series is a fun, easy-to-read, rhyming moral story, with cute, colourful cartoon illustrations for young kids, preschoolers, kindergarteners, boys, and girls.
A Wonderful Gift for 3-7 Year Old Football Fans
Picco Puppy Loves Football is one of the best books/gifts for a 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 year old boy/girl football fan to enjoy again and again.
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★★★★★ Picco Puppy Loves Football is loved by critics and readers alike.
★★★★★ 2,700+ customers have enjoyed Picco Puppy books in the three months since the first Picco Puppy book was released.
It was a sunny day and it was boys against the girls football match. Picco does not run. "Run Picco, Run," says his Mommy. So he runs all around but can't get the ball. The more you run the faster you will get. The more you play the better you will get. Did Picco get better? Did he run better? Did he kick better You know what I always say listening/reading is the best easy to get all the answers and have all the fun.
I was gifted this book for an honest review and my reviews are always honest.