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Little T Learns To Share


By Terrell Owens with Courtney Parker; Illustrated by Todd Harris
Ages 4-8

NFL star Terrell Owens brings children a book about sharing. Little T doesn't want to share his new football, in fear that his friends will mess it up. He soon finds that playing football alone isn't fun at all. With good advice from his mother, Little T gets his friends back to share in the fun.

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August 30, 2014



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