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Football School Season 2: Where Football Explains the World
The second book in the groundbreaking new series from two bestselling writers that teaches you about the world through football.
This book is packed with awesome true stories, real science and fascinating facts and will make you laugh loads - and it's all about football. What is a vomitory? When do footballers wee? Where do goalkeepers let in chickens? When did women start playing football? You'll find the answers to these questions and more in chapters on subjects such as biology, maths and history. Illustrated throughout with hilarious cartoons and filled with laugh-out-loud gags this is the perfect book for any boy or girl who loves football.
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What Reviewers Are Saying
"Innovative, entertaining [...]" * The Bookseller * "We love this book series!" * Match of the Day Weekly * "Packed with even more amazing football facts, cartoons, jokes and real-life stories to intrigue and entertain." * The Week Junior * "A mix of cheeky text and fun cartoons [...] Perfect for getting kids to not just pick up a book but get hooked on subjects the might find a bore in class." - The Irish Sun, 4 star review * The Irish Sun * "We love this book series!" * Match of the Day Weekly * "The hilarious follow-up to the first Football School book I packed with even more amazing football facts, cartoons, jokes and real-life stories to intrigue and entertain." * The Week Junior * "This book is packed with awesome true stories, real science and fascinating facts and will make you laugh loads - and it's all about football." * LoveReading * "Lots of Football publishing ahead of the World Cup but the creative, highly entertaining Football School series is my top pick. [...] crammed with true stories, jokes and cartoons about football [...]" * The Bookseller, One to Watch * "[...] the Football School series from Walker is great for those kids who aren't into fiction. Using football to teach kids about the world around them, with chapters on biology, maths and history they're quirky, funny and genuinely engaging. I can't say that about many of the reference books from my childhood." * The Bookseller * "Funny, informative, and hugely entertaining, it is recommended for fans of non-fiction books." * BookTrust *