City Boy

Paperback

Josh undertakes some unusual training methods to improve his technique in this fun football story, edited to a reading age of 6.5.

Josh is football mad – and so is his granddad, who used to be a league player. Josh is disappointed when he doesn't do so well in matches at school, so his granddad comes up with some rather unorthodox training methods to help him. Will Josh make it all the way? Fun football story.

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-84299-489-4

Interest age

11+

Publication Date

24-09-2011

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Alan Combes, Illustrated by Aleksandar Sotirovski

Alan Combes began writing as a teacher and has since combined a 30-year teaching career with success as a writer, both as an author and as a football journalist for newspapers such as The Sunday Times. His other titles for BarringtonStoke include City Boy and The Dead Man Files. He lives in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

Product Description

Josh undertakes some unusual training methods to improve his technique in this fun football story, edited to a reading age of 6.5.

Josh is football mad – and so is his granddad, who used to be a league player. Josh is disappointed when he doesn't do so well in matches at school, so his granddad comes up with some rather unorthodox training methods to help him. Will Josh make it all the way? Fun football story.

ISBN

978-1-84299-489-4

Interest age

11+

Publication Date

24-09-2011

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

Josh undertakes some unusual training methods to improve his technique in this fun football story, edited to a reading age of 6.5.

Josh is football mad – and so is his granddad, who used to be a league player. Josh is disappointed when he doesn't do so well in matches at school, so his granddad comes up with some rather unorthodox training methods to help him. Will Josh make it all the way? Fun football story.

Author

Alan Combes, Illustrated by Aleksandar Sotirovski

Alan Combes began writing as a teacher and has since combined a 30-year teaching career with success as a writer, both as an author and as a football journalist for newspapers such as The Sunday Times. His other titles for BarringtonStoke include City Boy and The Dead Man Files. He lives in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.