Howard P. Wigglebottom Learns About Sportsmanship: Winning Isn’t Everything by Howard Binkow
Howard B. Wigglebottom likes to win, but he learns that nobody wins all the time. Howard learns how to become a teamplayer when his soccer team makes it to finals
After-School Sports Club: Time for T-Ball by Alyson Heller
At T-ball practice, Caleb is not very nice when the other children try to hit the ball, but when it is his turn, he finds that he is not much better.
The Berenstain Bears Play a Good Game by Jan Berenstain
When a fight breaks out during Brother and Sister Bear’s soccer game, Missus Ursula reminds everyone about fair play and sportsmanship
Every Cowgirl Loves a Rodeo by Rebecca Janni
Nellie Sue enjoys the county fair, but cannot wait to compete against the reigning champion of the bicycle rodeo, A.J. Picket.
It’s Just a Game by John Farrell
A soccer team learns that sports should be played not only to win, but to have fun.
Brenda and Belinda and the Slam Dunk by Anne Rockwell
Brendan and Belinda and their dad, Mr. Porker, learn that being a good sport means playing the game well and having fun too