Oshie is an engaging, funny, enthusiastic and often rebellious boy - it just so happens he has cerebral palsy.
In these four stories - from Oshie's starting at a new school and being shunned for his inability to play football to saving the day on the pitch - he wins the admiration, and hearts, of his classmates for the abilities which compensate for, and partially arise, out of his disability.
This is Book 10 in the Walker Racing Reads Series. See all Walker Racing Reads books here.
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Jon Blake lives in Cardiff with his partner and two young children. He qualified as a teacher in 1979. His first story was published in 1984; since then he's earned his living as a writer of books, TV and radio scripts, and as a teacher of creative writing. Previous books include the best-selling You're a Hero Daley B, Stinky Fingers' House of Fun and The La...More about Jon Blake
Anuska Allepuz studied Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca in Spain and the Academia di Belle Arti di Carrara in Italy, before undertaking postgraduate illustration courses at EINA, Barcelona and the Cambridge School of Art. A rising talent in the world of illustration, Anuska has been highly commended in the Macmillan Prize for Children's Illustration...More about Anuska Allepuz