What are the best books about soccer for middle-grade kids?

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    #1Now Is the Time for Running

    Now Is the Time for Running
    Now Is the Time for Running is a sports fiction novel written by Michael Williams. This book was originally published in 2011. It tells the story of Deo and his mentally-challenged brother as they face the struggles in life.
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    Anonymous
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "I have never been so engrossed in reading a country's history but Now Is the Time for Running made me sob with its poignantly written perspective on African War history! :D"
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    #2Tangerine

    Tangerine
    Tangerine is a realistic fiction book written by Edward Bloor with an introduction by Danny De Vito. This sportsbook was originally published in 1977. It tells the story of Paul as he joins a soccer team.
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    Anonymous
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "This book is not much interesting especially if you're not an avid fan of football just like me. Nonetheless, I enjoyed learning a couple of facts from a fiction narration that involves football."
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    #3Captain Awesome, Soccer Star

    Captain Awesome, Soccer Star

    Captain Awesome, Soccer Star is the fifth book in the Captain Awesome series. This book is written by Stan Kirby with an illustration by George O'Connor. It was published in 2012.

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    Anonymous
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "This one is not just a page-turner for its carefully written plot but also because of its attractive book cover and large texts. My kids have always been requesting to have this as their bedtime story!! :)))"
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    #4Soccerland

    Soccerland
    Soccerland is a fiction book about soccer for middle-grade children. This sportsbook written by Beth Choat was published in 2010. The story is about Flora Dupre's dream to play for an international team.
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    Anonymous
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "I love this book so much because I can truly relate to the protagonist, Flora! A girl surrounded by athletes and mean girls, I must say that this book made me appreciate football even more!! ♥"
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    #5Soccer Chick Rules

    Soccer Chick Rules
    Soccer Chick Rules is a fiction book written by Dawn FitzGerald. It was originally published in 2006, and it tells the story of a 13-year-old girl as she tries to win a soccer game.
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    Anonymous
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "Talk about loving soccer and gaining frienships, this book is a must-read!!! This one definitely showed what middle-school grade is sometimes all about."
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    #6Soccer Hero

    Soccer Hero

    Soccer Hero is a children's fiction sports book written by Matt Christopher. It tells the story of the life of an ordinary soccer player named Rob Lasher. This book was published in 2007.

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    Terry Jacobs
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "My son loves to read and this was another book he picked up and read in one afternoon it was so good! A fun sports adventure book"
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    #7Boy in the Dress

    Boy in the Dress


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    Helen Smith
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "This story is a good read for middle grade kids. It is the transition of kids from upper elementary to middle grade where every kids goes through lot of things in their life. This book is going to bring in some positive vibes and teach the kids about how to handle failure in its own entertaining way."
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    #8Beyond Lucky

    Beyond Lucky

    Beyond Lucky is a fiction sportsbook for middle-grade kids written by Sarah Aronson. This book was originally published in 2011. It narrates the story of Ari Fish who considers his favorite soccer player his hero.

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    Janet Robertson
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "This book is so-so. It got a bit boring in some sections but I was able to get through it. parts of it are exciting but unless your child is an avid player of soccer or aspiring to be, I'm not sure if this book would hold their interest."
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    #9Goodfella: My Autobiography

    Goodfella: My Autobiography

    Goodfella: My Autobiography is an autobiography written by former Liverpool F.C. star Craig Bellamy. It was released in 2013 and is about his iconic moments with the Merseyside club.

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    Stephen Newman
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Life is a game we are here to achieve our goals, the autobiography is an eager giving thought to know about what all incidents held in their life, match is only conducted to know who is winner and runner, likewise life is compared with match is awesome because in life there are so many struggles we are facing and finally we reach our goal, finally life is a none other than a game."
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    #10Madlenka Soccer Star

    Madlenka Soccer Star

    Madlenka Soccer Star is a Children's Sports and Games Story book written and illustrated by Peter Sis. It was published September 28, 2010 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR).

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    Yi Chen
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Madlenka Soccer Star is a Children's Sports and Games Story book. It's intended for ages 4-8, so middle schoolers probably won't enjoy it."

Summary

Best What are the best books about soccer for middle-grade kids
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Now Is the Time for RunningBooks 30 Paid
2TangerineBooks 28 Paid
3Captain Awesome, Soccer StarBooks 26 Paid
4SoccerlandBooks 24 Paid
5Soccer Chick RulesBooks 23 Paid
6Soccer HeroBooks 21 Paid
7Boy in the DressBooks 20 Paid
8Beyond LuckyBooks 18 Paid
9Goodfella: My AutobiographyBooks 0 Paid
10Madlenka Soccer StarBooks 0 Paid
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