Beastly Basketball

Joe knows kung fu In fact, he loves it than anything Every single evening, Joe walks to his neighborhood kung fu studio to practice for hours on end until the day he arrives to find his studio is closed permanently Unperturbed, Joe decides to pursue his second favorite activity basketball He joins his school s team only to find that the players are disorganizJoe knows kung fu In fact, he loves it than anything Every single evening, Joe walks to his neighborhood kung fu studio to practice for hours on end until the day he arrives to find his studio is closed permanently Unperturbed, Joe decides to pursue his second favorite activity basketball He joins his school s team only to find that the players are disorganized, timid, and lacking in discipline So, Joe uses his experience in martial arts to bring out the best or beast in his teammates by assigning each player a particular style of kung fu that suits their personalities Will their newfound skills lead to flawless victory, or will they continue to get beaten to the punch
Beastly Basketball Joe knows kung fu In fact he loves it than anything Every single evening Joe walks to his neighborhood kung fu studio to practice for hours on end until the day he arrives to find his studio is clos

  • Title: Beastly Basketball
  • Author: Lauren Johnson Eduardo García
  • ISBN: 9781434264909
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Beastly Basketball”

    1. it story about basketball sport. Joe join basketball in GYMey act like animals basketball. coach is suspicious because joe throw one person head. he need practice. they is won.

    2. The book Beastly Basketball was really good. In Beastly Basketball, the team couldn’t remember any of the plays and they needed to come with a strategy to get better and to play as a team. So, a new player name Joe who use to do kung Fu did some team exercises until they could do the moves together. My basketball team was the same way and one way that our coach got us to remember the plays was he would make us do an exercise every time we messed up so it would make us not want to mess up. In t [...]

    3. I can tell my basketball lovers are going to like this book. Not a lot of depth to the story, but it's enough of one to hook the reluctant readers. Excellent guided questions about the illustrations at the end!

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