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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Billy wanted to play basketball but he rarely got the opportunity to play. The Championship game was fast approaching and he watched how his friends Little Bo, Eli, and Harold practiced. He always sat on the bleachers and dreamed of making baskets. Billy also decided to practice daily and the more he practiced the better he got. Marissa came to cheer for her team, and Aaliyah and Grandma Cindy were also there to watch the Championship game. It was an exciting and close game and it looked like the other team was winning. The game changed when the coach decided to put Billy into the game and from that moment the ball was on fire. It was Billy who made the basket that won the game. Billy became a star basketball player after that.
Aaliyah P. Watches The Big Game! by Lucinda Weeks takes readers to watch a basketball game with Aaliyah and Grandma Cindy. The story is a good way to introduce readers to the game of basketball. The illustrations are lively and vibrant and they breathe life into the characters and scenes. The entire series revolving around the adventures of Aaliyah P. is educational and informative, and young readers will learn a lot of new things after reading these books. The collection of The Little Adventures of Aaliyah P. is good to have at home and school libraries should keep them too because they make learning and knowledge fun and interactive for young readers.