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Max is mad about sports. As he gets up, has breakfast, and heads off to school he is dreaming of competing in world-class sporting events. In his real day he and his class win the school soccer match, but in his imagination he and his friends are winning the World Cup. This inclusive picture book is a lively and fun approach to sports, showing children of all abilities mixing and enjoying different sports in a natural way. The games include soccer, rugby, cricket, diving, discus throwing, and cycling.
Alex Strick has worked in the children's book world for much of the past 15 years. A consultant to Booktrust on all aspects of disability and diversity, she is also the cofounder of Outside In, a U.K. organization dedicated to exploring books from around the world. Former teacher Sean Stockdale has extensive experience working with disabled children and promoting equality and inclusion. Ros Asquith contributes Doris, a regular cartoon feature, to The Guardian, and is the author of the Teenage Worrier books, which explore the many anxious moments facing teenagers. All three live in London.