Little T Learns to Shareby Terrell Owens, Courtney Parker, Todd Harris
Young children will learn an important and valuable lesson about sharing through this wonderfully illustrated and fun book written by NFL star Terrell Owens. Little T is a boy who doesn't want to share his new football; he is afraid that his friends might mess it up. When he tries to play by himself, however, he realizes that football isn't any fun alone. Thanks to his mother's good advice, he wins back his friends, and learns the virtue of sharing and the importance of being fair.
- BenBella Books, Inc.
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 8.10(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.50(d)
- Age Range:
- 4 - 8 Years
Meet the Author
Terrell Owens is currently a wide receiver with the Dallas Cowboys and is in his 11th season with the NFL. He is one of the league's most exciting players and the author of two autobiographies Catch This and T.O. He lives in Dallas. Courtney Parker is a celebrity ghostwriter and author of Runnin' Game. She lives in Los Angeles. Todd Harris is a commercial illustrator, whose wide body of work includes video games, film, and comic books. He lives in Los Angeles.
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this book was great! it made me feel like a little kid again. i think mr. Owens should write another book. i can't wait til the next one.
I am not a fan of football at all. I am however a fan of anyone in the African American community doing something good for our young african american boys. I don't know what all the authors do in their 'free' time so I can't judge that author. If the book is teaching moral values then that will be good enough for me. Please understand that the monies made from this book probably doesn't put a dent in Mr. Owens' pocket due to other endorsements. I will use this book as gifts for my son, nephew, and my son's friends.
The book truly has a great message for kids, and I hardly think a child that reads this sort of book has any idea what Terrell Owens' reputation is. I know I didn't exactly care who wrote the books I read when I was 5, and I certainly didn't make them role models. The name on the cover shouldn't deny kids a great lesson.
The author Mr. Owens appeared on Regis and Kelly. Seeing is believing in our society of views and viewers. Citing a resent web visit Pinnacle Sport Performance resembles both live entertainment interviewing & NFL personality inside and out. Public home observation placed a story line on growing pains.
My 7 year old brother is a Cowboy fan and at the book fair at his school, he saw this book. My first reaction was I laughed because of the author. I read the book, and it has a good message. I thought this was only a joke but then I suggested to myself that maybe Terrel Owens is trying to change his image (off the feild). I'm no Terrel Owens fan(I'm a Giants fan i have to hate the cowboys though), but I feel you shouldn't reject the book because of its author like the other reveiwer did. If another athlete like Derek Jeter wrote the same exact book with the same exact message, people wouldn't care. That to me is Baism
Parents should consider the author when selecting for their children. There are fine role models out there in professional football - consider the books of Tiki and Ronde Barber who are men of integrity and supreme role models for our children. I'm sending this book back to the publisher and am only sorry that my money may go to the author.