Sean, a whimsical 2nd grader, wants to be the great Leo Messi, and he’s working hard for his cause. He battles fears, bullies, nagging parents, and tiresome teachers in pursuit of his dream to become the best soccer player in the world. A children’s book about soccer, math, and practice. Not necessarily in this order. Beautiful illustrations by Elettra Cudignotto. .
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Tanya believes in the power of literature as a means to growth, education, and the cultivation of curious, compassionate, happy children.Raised by parents who grew up in the USSR, Tanya received a strict “old school” Russian education, emphasizing discipline, persistence and restraint.As you will discover in Tanya’s semi-autobiographical books, passing down “old school” values to her modern day soccer-fanatic son is a continuous balance of patience, love, boundaries, and surrender, which brings to mind another Russian principle: “Education never ends.” More about Tanya’s books:http://sean-wants-to-be-messi.comhttps://www.facebook.com/seanwantstobemessi