Offside? Ugh! by Lindsay Little
  

Offside? Ugh!

Written by Lindsay Little
Illustrated by

Synopsis

Offside? Ugh! by Lindsay Little

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 position. iPlaySoccer! Books are instructional stories focused on advancing youth player development. The illustrated children's books teach foundational concepts and vocabulary in a fun way that allows children, parents and coaches to develop together in the beautiful game. The series is not intended to replace the instruction of a coach or the learning derived from actual play. Rather, the purpose of these books is to assist the player in mastering concepts as the game becomes more complex. To that end, no matter the level of play, the coach is the teacher, the player is the student, and this series is merely the provider of fun educational tools designed to reinforce what should be learned on the training ground.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Lindsay Little
More books by Lindsay Little

Publisher

Meyer & Meyer Sport (UK) Ltd

Publication date

10th November 2016

ISBN

9781782550976


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