Cheerleader Girl Roxy's Story
Cheerleader Girl Roxy's Story

Cheerleader Girl Roxy's Story

Leading the Way

5-7

Go! Go! Sports Girls

JUVENILE FICTION

32 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper, Fixed Layout KF8, Fixed Layout EPUB, PDF

Trade Paper, $4.99 (US $4.99) (CA $5.99)

Publication Date: June 2014

ISBN 9781940731056

Rights: WOR

Dream Big Toy Company (Jun 2014)

Price: $4.99
 
 

Overview

This entertaining book has a positive message and plenty of interesting facts about cheerleading and encourages kids to be active 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. Roxy dreams of being as good a cheerleader as her mom and older sister were before her, but when a new, shy girl joins the squad, she'll find out what being a leader really means. Kids discover what happens at the cheer competition while they learn some fun facts about cheerleading in this 530 Lexile book.The Go! Go! Sports Girl app is available on iTunes.

Reviews

"We love that The Go! Go! Sports Girls encourage creative play through sport and now the dolls come to life with books in the new Read & Play sets. Promoting active play and empowering girls is a much needed themes on today's toy shelves." —Stephanie Oppenheim, publisher and co-founder, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio

"I love the message the Go! Go! Sports Girls dolls and books promote, and glad my active daughter has something like this to identify with and to inspire her." —Dara Torres, 5-time Olympic swimmer

"The Go! Go! Sports Girl books provide a departure from the diva storyline. . . . and show girls that it is necessary to work hard towards a goal, be it celebrating an athletic achievement, overcoming a personal fear, or seeing past a teammate's weaknesses to help her find her strengths." —Carrie Goldman, author, Bullied: What Every Parent, Teacher, and Kid Needs to Know About Ending the Cycle of Fear

"Growing up, my mom told me I could be anything I wanted to be with hard work and perseverance. I highly recommend these books for kids who want to read about good role models and achieving goals."—Gretchen Carlson, FOX News host, The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson

"Being an Olympic runner and now a mommy, it is so important to me to help my children learn early on how to be active and stay healthy." —Carrie Tollefson, 2004 Olympian

"Go! Go! Sports Girl Founder, Jodi Bondi Norgaard, is a female entrepreneur creating true alternatives for girls. The Go! Go! Sports Girl books and dolls empower girls to be active, encourage creative play through sports and promote healthy life skills." —Jennifer Siebel Newsom, writer, director and producer, Miss Representation and The Mask You Live In

"The Go! Go! Sports Girls—dolls designed to emphasize physical achievement and fitness—are now coming alive in books too. The 32-page stories about each doll teach the basics of a sport, along with teamwork and healthy habits for girls ages 5 and up." —Parents magazine

"You gotta love it when the toys you select for your family also empower girls through sports, what a great message!" —Chris Freytag, chrisfreytag.com

Author Biography

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 with the Ultimate Endurance Event (both published by Breakaway Books). She lives in the Minneapolis area. Pamela Seatter is an experienced art director, designer, and illustrator with a passion for children’s products. She creates engaging and dynamic layouts, designs, and illustrations for books and interactive games, as well as toy, craft, candy, and giftware packaging. She lives in the Chicago area.