Yes I Can! Struggles from Childhood to the NFL - A Life-lessons Children's Book by Neil Smith, Brad Hamann
  

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Yes I Can! Struggles from Childhood to the NFL - A Life-lessons Children's Book by Neil Smith, Brad Hamann

Today's kids can learn from Neil Smith. Yes I Can! gives kids a first-hand look at meeting their challenges head on. His book is colorful, with action packed illustrations, photos and inspiring text for parents and children to share. Yes I Can! is a true life-lessons book of inspiration.Defensive end Neil Smith of the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos, has made the Pro Bowl six times. Neil has a learning disability that caused him to have many bad days as a kid. When I was in the first grade, I began to have trouble keeping up with the rest of my class tn reading. I was embarrassed, and I tried to hide my problem from my teacher. I fell behind in all of my schoolwork. Some of the kids called me a dummy. It hurt me a lot to be called names . In the third grade, I found out I had a condition called dyslexia (dis-LEKS-ee-uh). People with dyslexia see letters backward. Even though I was glad to find out why I had trouble reading, I was still afraid of going to school. But my mom told me that the only way to overcome my problem was to face it .

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Format

Hardback
40 pages

Author

Neil Smith, Brad Hamann
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Publisher

Addax Publishing Group,U.S.

Publication date

1st October 1998

ISBN

9781886110632


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