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The Blue Ribbon Day by Katherine Couric

The Blue Ribbon Day (edition 2004)

by Katherine Couric (Author)

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When Carrie is disappointed not to make the school soccer team, she turns her attention to creating a science fair project.
Title:The Blue Ribbon Day
Authors:Katherine Couric (Author)
Info:Doubleday (2004), Edition: First Edition, 32 pages
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The Blue Ribbon Day by Katie Couric


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This is about a kid who is not very good a soccer but likes playing it but get cuts from the team. She is upset but then realizes she finds what she is good at a won a blue ribbon.
Ages – 3-5
Source – Pierce College library. ( )
  broros | Jun 11, 2019 |
A story about two young girls who try out for their school soccer team but only one of them make the team. Carrie the young girl that doesn't make the team is devasted that she didn't make the team but learns that she may not all that good at soccer but she does have a talent in science. This enjoyable story teaches children the importance of self-descovery and finding what one is good at doing.
  Tbames | Jun 10, 2019 |
this book is about 2 girls who tryout for the soccer team but only one girl makes the team and the other friend feels really upset and down because she didn't make the team and it made her feel not good enough to do sports. but she found the science fair and thought to try it out and ended up winning the science fair with her awesome project. this can teach kids not to beat themselves up over not making a sport because there is always something better out there to explore.
  emilyJohnston | Jun 10, 2019 |
This is a great book about cheering on your friends even if you can not be out there yourself. In the story the two friends try out for the soccer team but one of the girls does not make the team, but she eventually finds what she is good at and gets to have her friend cheer her on.

Ages 3-7
Pierce College Library
  Mercedesrose | Jun 10, 2019 |
This book shows kids that theres always another alternative if you are not good at one thing. You might not always be good at one activity but try your hand at another one and you might be amazing.
Age 5-6
Source: Lacey Timberland Regional Library
  sisterpants | Jun 9, 2019 |
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Couric, Katieprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Priceman, MarjorieIllustratorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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