Friday, March 30, 2012

Sportsmanship - Book Review

Winning Isn’t Everything

Howard B. Wigglebottom 
Learns About Sportsmanship

I've introduced you to my favorite bunny, Howard, before. Now I want to tell you about his great new book about sportsmanship, for kids from 4 to 8 years old. Some kids are naturally good at sports and some are not, but either way, everyone needs to learn to be a good sport. It's the most important life lesson an athlete can learn.

Last night I watched a great movie called "A Warriors Heart", which is essentially about the same thing but on a high school/young adult level. It's never too early to start teaching kids how to play fair and cooperate as a team. The more they practice being a good sport, the more it will help them later in life. It's not an easy lesson though, that's why I think Howard B. Wigglebottom  can help.

The new book, Winning Isn't Everything, helps young children learn about respect, camaraderie, teamwork and the pleasure of playing games and sports for the fun of it.

At http://www.wedolisten.org there are several free resources to support the book like a song, a printable poster, and lessons & discussion questions.

Howard B. Wigglebottom hardcover books retail for $15. They can be purchased most everywhere books are sold in the U.S. and Canada.


They are on sale now!

For $6 each
What a deal!

at http://www.wedolisten.org
You can also purchase a set of all ten books for $50 on sale now (US only).
(I have/will not receive compensation for this review, I promote www.wedolisten.org because I believe the products & services are good for families.)
The We Do Listen Non Profit Foundation is a group of writers, artists, designers, educators, therapists, parents, caregivers and teachers who share a vision of a kinder world with more harmony and peace and a better life for everyone to enjoy. Their books, animated books, songs, posters and lessons/discussion questions are intended to empower young children to deal with important life lessons like being a better listener, bullying, anger management, moderation, truth, divorce, peer pressure, belonging, generosity, sportsmanship, attention and feeling good about themselves.

6 comments:

  1. Hi! Found you on the blog hop today. I see we have a lot in common -I'm a homeschool mom of teens too! As a mom of 4 (two young adults, 2 teens), I'm nearing the end of this phase of parenting and soaking up each minute. It has always been my passion and I agree with your tips about connecting with each age group as they grow.
    Have a great weekend! Following now!
    ~Ruthie from http://ruthieskozikitchen.blogspot.com/

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  2. That looks like a great book. I just clicked on that website and started playing the kids games, I'll have another look later. Thanks for following me, I have followed back :)Have an awesome weekend.

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  3. Returning the bloghop visit.
    This book sounds really good and I love how it's been reviewed for free because it carries an important life lesson

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  4. Thanks so much! Returning the love! Blog added ;)

    Samantha at The Peanuts Gang

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  5. thanks for following me! now following you back via gfc! thanks!

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  6. Thanks for stopping by Trying To Be Super Mom! I love new followers and comments. I'm following you back!

    Stephanie
    Trying To Be Super Mom
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