For kids who just can’t get enough of football, check out these 10
books about football for middle school readers. They will surely spark your kid’s incentive to get reading.
Whether your child is a die-hard fan or just starting to explore the sport, these books can help spark their imagination and encourage them to pursue their passions.
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10 Chapter Books About Football for Middle School Readers
With fall comes Autumn leaves, back to school and (in some people’s opinions) the most important time of the year — football season!
football can provide young readers with an immersive and engaging experience, allowing them to explore the excitement and challenges of the game from the safety of their own pages.
New York Times bestselling author and former NFL player Tim Green scores a touchdown with this exhilarating and action-packed story about an ordinary boy who becomes a hero you can really root for.
From NFL superstars Tiki and Ronde Barber, a story of teamwork and determination—in the classroom as well as on the field.
Author Fred Bowen delivers exciting play-by-play action along with an important story of winning and losing, truth and consequences, and good sportsmanship.
Tiki and Ronde were the stars of their Pee Wee football team, the Cave Springs Vikings. But middle school is much bigger than elementary school and it’s a whole different game—on and off the field.
From award-winning novelist Carl Deuker comes a gritty, heart-wrenching story about high school football, self-acceptance, and the pressures that come with being the best at any cost.
Everyone calls Nate Brodie "Brady" because he's a New England quarterback, just like his idol, Tom Brady.
And now he's got a chance to win a million dollars by throwing one pass through a target at halftime in the Patriots.
Suddenly the boy with the golden arm is having trouble completing a pass . . . but can he make the one that really counts?
Juan was a track star at his old school, so he's not sure what to expect when he's asked to join the football team in his new town.
Through the eyes of Crash, readers get a rare glimpse into the life of a bully in this unforgettable and beloved story about stereotypes and the surprises life can bring.
As his father lies dying from cancer, thirteen-year-old Wing must help his once pathetic football team win a division title and, in the process, learns that winning can sometimes mean just hanging on to what you already have.
The thrilling Football Genius books—by former pro football player Tim Green—are perfect for middle-grade readers, and this collection contains three bestselling novels in the series.
Developed in association with the National Football League, a definitive pictorial guide shows the game in all its rough-and-tumble glory, from its schoolyard roots through its rise to the status of an international supersport.