Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Ebook - The Dream Ten: David's Miracle Review

I read the book "The Dream Ten: David's Miracle" and it is a highly motivating book that teachers young kids to reach their goals using dedication, motivation and the ability to believe in themselves and their team. Even though the story is about winning a basketball game, the moral of the story applies to every situation that every kid faces in their life.

It is a story of an underdog team winning against a experienced team against all odds using team spirit and motivation by their coach.

Here is more information about the book.

Do you dream, breath and play Basketball?
A must read book series for every Basketball lover in the age of 7-14!
When David Malone and his friends get rejected by the prestigious Raymond Hills Warriors, their local club basketball team, what do they do? They form their own team, the Dream Ten! With a little help from a local hoops legend, Michael Erwin, and with a lot of hard work, the boys learn to confront the unforgiving challenges of youth basketball, including their biggest rival: Dennis “the Truck” McDonald.
Filled with exhilarating basketball action, this series by newcomer A.D. Erving will really give kids something to cheer about.
“On offense, on defense, and everywhere,” readers will get to know the dynamic Dream Ten roster, including David “the Brain” Malone, Captain Larry “the Banker” Young, and Tony “the Human Elevator” Baez, with each volume detailing the team’s basketball adventures in a different character’s unique voice.
The heartfelt 12-book series offers abundant fun and excitement, accompanied by important lessons about overcoming obstaclesachieving goals, and pulling together when it matters most.
A slam dunk for young sports fans everywhere!

This is one of must read book for kids. It teaches them about dedication, motivation and team spirit and the sacrifices needed to achieve the goal.

The book is sold on Amazon and is available here.

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