David's Secret Soccer Goals is a warm and sensitive look inside the mind of a boy with bed–wetting problems. It delicately highlights the fears and worries that a child in this position can go through, while offering practical advice on how to deal positively with the situation. This easy-to-read chapter book could also be read to younger children.

Length40 pages
PublisherJessica Kingsley Publishers (June, 2004)
LanguageEnglish
Reading LevelAges 7–12
ISBN1843107724
Product Dimensions8.5" x 4.5" x 0.1"
Shipping Weight3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

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David's Secret Soccer Goals

by Caroline Levine. (Paperback)

David is much like any other boy who loves playing soccer, but when the chance comes up to go and stay at Champions Soccer Camp, David has to face up to his biggest embarrassment, wetting the bed. David stands up bravely to his sister's taunts and a nervous visit to the doctor, but will he be able to control his bed-wetting in time for camp?

An engaging, relatable story detailing a child's struggles and triumphs along the road to nighttime dryness. This book offers hope and boosts confidence for children struggling with bedwetting.

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  • 100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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  • Shows how families help with bedwetting

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  • Comments about David's Secret Soccer Goals:
    As a mom, I liked that this book shows a family dealing with a bedwetting problem. Some members will be helpful, while others will not\u2014which is probably true in most real-life situations. It also shows that with positive reinforcement and the right interventions, including a bedwetting alarm, a child with this problem can again be confident and happy. I would recommend this book to both boys and girls; even though the main character is male, the angst that he feels is universal.
  • bottom line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.