Bowling Storybooks for Little Bowling Fans

  • Reading time:5 mins read
  • Post category:Bowling / Sports

If your kids love to bowl, they just might love to read about bowling too! Encourage them to read with these bowling books for all ages.
Bowling books are from Amazon.com

Cinderella and the Bowling Slipper (Fiona and Frieda’s Fairy-Tale Adventures)
More than cake, more than fireworks, and even more than Christmas, Fiona and Frieda love fairy tales. Every day at recess, they act out their favorite stories. Then, on the fifty-seventh day of third grade, something amazing happens. Magic sparkles fill the air and the girls discover they have magic rhyming powers. All of a sudden, Cinderella`s sitting at the bottom of the curly blue slide, and she`s crying harder than a kindergartener on the first day of school. Can Fiona and Frieda help Cinderella find her fairy godmother before her mean stepsisters discover her? Will they help Cinderella meet the prince?or will they ruin the fairy tale forever? Find out in this entertaining, illustrated chapter book suitable for read alouds and beginning chapter book readers.
Grades 2-8.
Curious George Goes Bowling (Lift-the-Flap)
When the man with the yellow hat forgets to take his bowling ball with him to the big competition, helpful George is there to lend a hand and so rolls it in the gutter all the way there until it reaches its destination–and grateful owner!
I Can Bowl
Practice makes perfect in this introduction to children’s sports that takes early readers step-by-step through the equipment they’ll use and the skills they’ll need to tackle new activities safely. Upbeat and positive, these easy-to-read books are recommended for ages 4-8. In the I Can Bowl book, Emma goes bowling with her dad.
Irma the Flying Bowling Ball
After Irma sees a balloon she yearns to fly. The problem is that Irma is a bowling ball! Story for ages 4-8 depicts how Irma follows her dreams and makes them come true.

Scooby-Doo and the Bowling Boogeyman
A mystery set in a bowling alley? Nothing is too weird or wacky for the kids from Mystery, Inc.! And when a bowling boogeyman starts scaring away all the kids from the alley, it’s up to Scooby, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne, and Velma to put on their bowling shoes and strike out that baddie!
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