Swimmer Girl Suzi's Story: Winning Strokes by Kara Douglass ThomSwimmer Girl Suzi's Story: Winning Strokes by Kara Douglass Thom

Swimmer Girl Suzi's Story: Winning Strokes

byKara Douglass ThomIllustratorPamela Seatter

Paperback | June 23, 2014

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Fun swimming facts abound in this didactic tale that teaches kids that hard work, doing one’s best, and good sportsmanship are their own rewards Go! Go! Sports Girl products are designed as a fun and educational way to promote self-appreciation and the benefits of daily exercise, smart eating and sleeping habits, self-esteem, and overall healthy life skills for girls. The books and dolls in the series encourage all children to dream big and work hard to achieve their goals—and have fun while doing so. Swimming is Suzi’s passion, and she longs to be as accomplished a swimmer as her big sister Hanna, whose ribbons colorfully decorate her bedpost. Finally Suzi’s hard work pays off and she’s called up for the meet. But is she ready to race against her older sister? This heartwarming story, a 640 Lexile book, reveals what happens at the swim meet and provides a number of fun facts about swimming.

The Go! Go! Sports Girls app is available on iTunes.
Kara Douglass Thom is a writer with a focus on fitness from a parent's perspective, fitness for children, and the importance of raising a fit family. She is the coauthor of Hot (Sweaty) Mamas: Five Secrets to Life as a Fit Mom (Andrews McMeel 2011), author of the children's book See Mom Run, and Becoming an Ironman: First Encounters wi...
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Title:Swimmer Girl Suzi's Story: Winning StrokesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.1 inPublished:June 23, 2014Publisher:Dream Big Toy CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1940731038

ISBN - 13:9781940731032

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"These soft dolls will make great cuddle companions for kids who play the same sports as the dolls. The books are fairly easy reads and contain positive messages about the benefits of exercise and self-esteem. Kids will like reading the fun facts in the books and learning something new about their chosen sport." —Time to Play magazine