Item description for Little T Learns to Share (T. O.'s Time Outs) by Terrell Owens, Courtney Parker & Todd Harris...
Overview A young boy refuses to share his new football until he realizes that he cannot enjoy his prized possession without the participation of friends.
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.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Nov 15, 2006
Publisher Benbella Books
ISBN 1933771208 ISBN13 9781933771205
Availability 0 units.
More About Terrell Owens, Courtney Parker & Todd Harris
Terrell Owens is a perennial all-pro wide receiver. In 2005 he became only the sixth receiver in NFL history with 100 touchdown receptions. His reality series, "The T.O. Show" airs on VH1. Terrell currently plays for Buffalo Bills.
Reviews - What do customers think about Little T Learns to Share (T. O.'s Time Outs)?
Another Touchdown for T.O.! Aug 27, 2008
LITTLE T LEARNS TO SHARE has an excellent lesson for children and is told in a way, with great illustrations, that is a joy to read. I have given it to several friends with young grandsons and they have all enjoyed reading it to and with them.
Review of "Little T Learns to Share" by Terrell Owens Jan 8, 2008
This is a delightful book with great illustrations. Several people have asked me where I purchased this book. I can't wait until the next book in the series is published.
Fairly Good Catch Dec 27, 2007
I must preface this review by stating that I am a huge Dallas Cowboys Fan. Now with that said when my daughter was giving this book for Christmas it was for a joke. I live in New England Patriot country. I expected the book to.....well stink. I read it to her that next day and I was pleasantly surprised. It's not that bad. The illustrations are very colorful, and the story has a nice message. The only drawback to this book, besides the potential hypocrisy (which I think is disputable considering that the media isn't fair to To) is the language. The book is told in a narrative rhyming sequence which is pretty clunky. It doesn't flow very well. It's choppy. But this book is a success. Maybe anybody can write a children's book, but this one is better then most. After further review the call stands, nice book.
Not gramatically correct...only for TO fans Dec 7, 2007
I bought this book for my nephew since he's a T.O. fan. When I got it I thought it was cute and had a good lesson in the story. I would say however that it's not the most gramatically correct book so I didn't think that was the best lesson for kids. I wouldn't recommend it for other children unless they're a T.O. fan. If so then it's fine and they'll really like it I'm sure.
Totally Unqualified to Write This Book Jan 23, 2007
You must be kidding me! I cannot think of a single person in the universe less qualified to write a book about sharing. Owens puts himself before the team, tears down teammates and coaches, and has created poisonous environments on two teams (49ers and Eagles). He shouts out "I love me some me!" on the sidelines during games. This is not someone who should be held up as an example to our kids.