Kicking a Ball

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Kicking a Ball
Author : Allan Ahlberg
Publisher : Penguin UK
Release Date : 05 June 2014
ISBN : 9780723288275
Pages : 32
File Size : 53,6 Mb
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Kicking a Ball by Allan Ahlberg Book PDF Summary

For anyone who can't see a ball without wanting to kick it, head it, shoot it, or boot it! 'Not eating an ice-cream Or riding a bike No - kicking a ball Is what I like.' 'What I like best, yes, most of all in my whole life is . . . kicking a ball. A wonderful rhyming story, with narration by Allan Ahlberg himself, Kicking A Ball will not disappoint. First written as a poem, the little boy in the story has been brought to life perfectly by artist Sebastien Braun. Every parent will be able to immediately relate to the simple joy felt by a boy simply kicking a ball, and how there is nothing else quite like it. The incomparable Allan Ahlberg takes us on a journey from childhood to fatherhood full of humour, warmth, friendship . . . and football.

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