What Is the Women's World Cup? (What Was?) (Paperback)

What Is the Women's World Cup? (What Was?) By Gina Shaw, Who HQ, Ted Hammond (Illustrator) Cover Image

What Is the Women's World Cup? (What Was?) (Paperback)

By Gina Shaw, Who HQ, Ted Hammond (Illustrator)

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Gooaal! Soccer fans, get your game on with this book about one of the biggest tournaments in women’s sports.

The first international women's soccer match was in 1881, but the Women's World Cup didn't become official until 1991 -- 110 years later! Read about the courageous, soccer-loving women who worked hard to have a World Cup of their own in this addition to the Who HQ series. Young readers will learn about the history of women's soccer, star players, and iconic wins! From Team USA's record-breaking four championships to Japan's inspiring win in 2011, this book is full of heartwarming and exciting stories about incredible athletes across decades!
Gina Shaw is a writer, editor, and professor of children's book writing at Hofstra University. She is the author of the popular title, What Is Nintendo?.
Product Details ISBN: 9780593520659
ISBN-10: 0593520653
Publisher: Penguin Workshop
Publication Date: April 25th, 2023
Pages: 112
Language: English
Series: What Was?