- American Girls. Mia. 2008.
Mia grew up in a family of hockey players, but she wants to be an ice skater. Does she have what it takes to win competitions? If you like this book, check out Bravo, Mia.
- Knudson, Mike. Raymond & Graham: Bases Loaded. 2009.
Fourth grade best friends Ray and Graham try to avoid the class bully, have fun with a substitute teacher and get the attention of the girls they like while concentrating on winning the Little League championship.
- Maddox, Jake. Cheer Challenge. 2008.
Amanda has always dreamed of being captain of a cheerleading squad, and this year, she is! But she soon realizes that being captain is harder than she thought. Still, Amanda knows she can handle it—until her best friend, Rachel, tries to abuse their friendship to get out of a mandatory practice.
- Markey, Kevin. Slumpbuster. 2009.
Eleven-year-old slugger Banjo "The Great Walloper" Bishbash is overcome by a nasty hitting slump as he tries to lead the Rambletown Rounders to the division baseball championship.
- Meadows, Daisy. Rainbow Magic: the Sports Fairies series. 2009.
It's an exciting time in Fairyland. Everyone is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics! But Jack Frost's goblins have stolen the Sports Fairies' magic objects. Now they're threatening to take over the whole competition.
- Wallace, Rich. The Ball Hogs. 2010.
Nine-year-old Ben, a natural athlete and member of the Bobcats co-ed soccer team, wants to overcome his inexperience and prove himself on the field, but his obnoxious teammate, Mark, keeps hogging the ball.
- Wallace, Rich. Sports Camp. 2010.
Eleven-year-old Riley Liston tries to fit in at Camp Olympia, a summer sports camp where he is one of the youngest boys.
- Muhammad Ali: the Life of a Boxing Hero by Rob Shone. 2007. [Graphic Novel JB Ali Muhammad] (graphic novel)
Learn about the life of one of the most famous boxers of all time.
- Sports (Science Q&A series) by Jayne Creighton. 2010. [J 613.71 CRE]
This book offers answers to questions about the science behind sports, and includes information about sports careers, and a related experiment.
- Sports Illustrated Kids All Access by Aimee Crawford. 2010. [J 796 ALL]
Your behind-the-scenes pass to sports stars, locker rooms and more!
- Watch Me Do Yoga by Bobby Clennell. 2010. [613.7046 CLE]
A young girl practices yoga poses with her father, her mother and the family dog in the garden, the patio and her bedroom, always thinking about her connection to the natural world around her.
- Alex Rodriguez (Amazing Athletes series) by Jeff Savage. 2009. [JB Rodriguez Alex]
This biography offers an updated profile of the life of baseball player Alex Rodriguez, discussing his childhood, early successes in the sport and professional career.
- Danica Patrick by Dina El Nabli. 2008. [JB Patrick Danica]
This book examines the life and career of Danica Patrick, the first female driver to win an IndyCar race, and discusses the challenges she faces as a racecar driver.
- Drew Brees (Amazing Athletes series) by Jeff Savage. 2011. [JB Brees Drew]
When quarterback Drew Brees left Purdue University to pursue a career in the NFL, many people thought he was too short. Brees quickly proved the doubters wrong.
- Josh Hamilton (Amazing Athletes series) by Jeff Savage. 2009. [JB Hamilton Josh]
Picked first in the 2001 draft by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Josh Hamilton wowed his fans and teammates with his pitching speed and hitting record. Learn how Josh overcame obstacles to achieve his big-league dreams.
- Roger Federer (Amazing Athletes series) by Jeff Savage. 2009. [JB Federer Roger]
Roger Federer may be the finest tennis player ever to set foot on a court. His steady confidence and quiet power have made him a tough opponent.
- Tony Hawk (People We Should Know series) by Mike Kennedy. 2010. [JB Hawk Tony]
Learn more about the life and accomplishments of professional skateboarder, Tony Hawk, who invented numerous skateboarding moves and helped revive the popularity of the sport.
revised April 2011