Polly Polar Bear Plays Tennis in the Summer Olympics - Funny Books for Kids With Morals #2
Publisher: TheHeirs Publishing company
Does your child get too competitive playing sports? Do you wish they could develop a sense of camaraderie instead of oneupmanship?
Millie Mouse has a special play date in store for Polly the Polar Bear. He asks her to come over to his house to play some games, and of course, she wants to accompany him. But when she arrives, she discovers it's not just a friendly backyard game of hide and seek, but an Olympic tennis match that the animals are playing, and it's starring her! The catch is that she's never played tennis before in her life.
Polly might actually be too strong to play tennis. Her racquet tears a hole through the center and the handle breaks off when she swings it with full force. But with the power of friendship, and some creative thinking, can Polly get back in the game, even with her broken tennis racquet?
This is a story with a happy, if not unexpected ending. Children can learn from good role models like Polly, who takes on challenges like a champ – and even if she doesn't always win, has a great time playing her hardest.
Kids can learn a lot from their storybooks, and this one aims to provide an educational and fun experience for young readers and listeners. When children see people or story characters role modeling good behavior, they change their own behavior to emulate those heroes.
This is the type of delightful story that you read over and over again, marveling at the power behind the bear, and honoring the true strength of courage in the face of adversity.
The perfect gift for your child, or anyone's kid who could use an extra boost of self-confidence and stick-to-it-ness. Scroll back up and click Buy Now to change one lucky child's life!