An action-packed book on the most extraordinary stars in MLB history
*Everymom Best Book for Early Reading*
In this book from the highly acclaimed Little People, BIG DREAMS series, discover the incredible life of Leo Messi, one of the world's most skilled and celebrated soccer players.
As a child, Leo developed his passion for soccer playing games with his brothers and cousins in the streets of Rosario, Argentina.
Fully revised and updated!
My First Book of Football, a Rookie Book from Sports Illustrated Kids, coaches young kids through the game of football with a visual retelling of an actual NFL game--from the nail-biting coin toss to the exhilarating winning touchdown!
A Muslim American girl at the top of her game makes a difficult choice in this powerful and beautifully told true story about breaking barriers.
Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir was born to play basketball. At three, she has her own hoop. By seventeen, she’s the star player on her school’s varsity team.
Adapted for young readers from his adult memoir, Just Don't Fall is the the hilarious true story about Josh Sundquist's battle with childhood cancer and how he worked his way to making the United States paralympic ski team.
The inspiration for the Apple TV show Best Foot Forward!
Hut! Read all about today’s greatest gridiron stars in this exciting book full of action-packed photos.
A Coretta Scott King Award winner and a Pura Belpré Illustrator Honor winner pair up for a rousing picture book biography-in-verse of legendary African American cyclist Marshall “Major” Taylor and the Six-Day Race.
A lively nonfiction picture book about runners preparing for, and racing in, the New York City Marathon, perfect for fans of Balloons Over Broadway and The Philharmonic Gets Dressed.
Michael Jordan and LeBron James have both led the NBA in points and won multiple league championships. But is one player better than the other? Compare their achievements and careers and decide for yourself.
Fully revised and updated!
My First Book of Basketball, a Rookie Book from Sports Illustrated Kids, coaches young kids through the game of basketball with a visual retelling of a professional basketball game—from the jump ball to the game-winning basket!
Growing up in Damascus, the pool was Yusra Mardini’s happy place. She learned to swim before she could walk. And with swimming came a dream—to compete in the Olympic games.
But when war came to Syria, Yusra’s home—and her pool—were no longer safe. Yusra and her sister set out on a harrowing journey, crossing the sea in search of safety.
Learn about American figure skater Nathan Chen's Olympic journey to gold in this exciting title in the Who HQ Now series featuring newsmakers and trending topics.