With the Cricket Fever all around the world, Why not get your kids to read something on the similar lines.
The books follow a simple language and is easy for kids aged 7+ to read.
The first book Glen Maxwell 1: Lucky Break is based on aÂ junior fiction series about an upcoming cricketer who is mentored by Australian cricket star Glenn Maxwell.
Will Albright is a batting whiz and captain of his local cricket team. But when his coach nominates him to attend a T20 training camp, Will soon discovers that standing out in a sea of young cricket talent isn’t easy. Especially when Darren â€˜Killer’ McKinnon, a super-quick pace bowler, has taken a deadly dislike to him. Luckily, Will’s hero, Glenn Maxwell, is on hand to provide some much-needed advice. If Will can survive Killer’s bouncers, he may just have a shot at making it through the camp alive and gaining a place at the brand-new T20 Youth Academy.
This one is a great read for kids who have try outs in sports or other activities. It gives them the inspiration and motivation to tackle the challenges and be the best.
The second book Glen Maxwell 2: Academy All Stars is follows the same character in another situation.Â
TalentedÂ young batsman Will Albright has earned himself a place at the brand-new T20 Youth Academy. But, in order to prove himself worthy of playing for Victoria, he will first have to face everything the academy can throw at him â€“ including more bone-rattling bouncers from his archenemy, Darren â€˜Killer’ McKinnon. To make things even more challenging, Will must compete with his best mate, Shavil, for the highly sought-after opening batsman spot.Â Can Australian T20 all-rounder Glenn Maxwell help Will adjust his game and earn a spot on the state team without losing his friend or his head?
Get your kids to read this book to understand friendship and competition. It will help them understand the priorities and importance of both.