Diary of a Soccer Star Shamini Flint
  • Title: Diary of a Soccer Star
  • Author: Shamini Flint
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  • Page: 365
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  • Diary of a Soccer Star Shamini Flint Diary of a Soccer Star Marcus Atkinson is a Soccer Star NOT But his Dad is convinced that Marcus has magic in his feet Read the hilarious diary of a reluctant soccer star and how Marcus scores a goal in a way no one has see
    Marcus Atkinson is a Soccer Star NOT But his Dad is convinced that Marcus has magic in his feet Read the hilarious diary of a reluctant soccer star and how Marcus scores a goal in a way no one has seen before
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      Published :2020-06-22T16:36:42+00:00

    About Shamini Flint


    1. Shamini Flint lives in Singapore with her husband and two children She began her career in law in Malaysia and also worked at an international law firm in Singapore She travelled extensively around Asia for her work, before resigning to be a stay at home mum, writer, part time lecturer and environmental activist, all in an effort to make up for her evil past as a corporate lawyer Shamini writes children s books with cultural and environmental themes including Jungle Blues and Turtle takes a Trip as well as the Sasha series of children s books She also writes crime fiction featuring the rotund Singaporean policeman, Inspector Singh Singh travels around Asia stumbling over corpses and sampling the food


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    1. This is the first book my youngest son at the time 7 years old read by himself and voluntarily from beginning to end It is a funny, diary style story of a young boy who is not very good at sports but his father keeps insisting that he tries With lots of cartoon style pictures, it is a very easy and entertaining read, perfect for young readers but funny and interesting enough for older readers to enjoy too.My three boys are now 13, 11 and 9 years old and, having met Shamini Flint at her visit to [...]

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    2. cute, very clever and a great book for a new reader

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    3. Marcus is nine years old and not much of an athlete, but his dad is determined to change that His dad is also a great believer in keeping a diary to help him achieve his goals He soon finds it is also a great place to write down the stories of his utter humiliation attempting to play soccer An obvious choice for fans of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series However, this is an Australian import so some of the humor and cultural references might not be fully understand by young readers here in the U.S [...]

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    4. 9 yr old Marcus Atkinson doesn t like sport He loves maths and computer games But Marcus dad has other ideas and decides Marcus should play soccer.What results is a hilarious tale of disaster on the field But maybe his love of maths can come in handy.This is the 1st in the series of Marcus Atkinson Diaries Cricket, Golf, Swimming, Track and Field and other sports follow They can be read on their own or in order to learn about Marcus and his trials with family and sport.

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    5. LOL funny a book aimed at children 7 to 12 Marcus father is determined that Marcus needs to join a soccer team Although good at math, he is useless at sport When Marcus finally makes the connection between math and soccer, his contribution to the final takes a dramatic turn and the team wins This book is written diary style with lots of little pictures and speech bubbles perfect for the reluctant reader.

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    6. This book was kicking about on the back shelf at the bookshop and I needed a quick read It s such fun I love the puns, I love the line drawings, I can t wait for my James to be a beginning reader he ll love it.

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    7. Good book love itBut very short

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    8. Members of Riverina Regional Library reserve your copy now

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    9. Wonderfully well written book, o thoroughly enjoyed A great book for boys who find no joy inn reading D

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