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  • ISBN 1929478143
  • ISBN13 978-1929478149
  • Language English
  • Author Robert Skead
  • Publisher Cross Training Pub (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages 96
  • Formats lit lrf mbr txt
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Education
  • Size ePub 1147 kb
  • Size Fb2 1472 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 761

When Sebastian, a young elf, tries to prove himself to his friends by trying out for a professional basketball team with the help of the special corn that makes the reindeer fly, Coach Frank Tanner decides to steal the corn, and Sebastian, his friends, and Santa himself must prevent the theft.When Sebastian the elf tries out for a professional basketball team with the help of the corn that makes the reindeer fly, his coach decides to steal the corn, and Sebastian, his friends, and Santa must stop the theft.

What if there was a story about one of Santa’s elves who wanted to play in the NB. ut he couldn’t make the team because he couldn’t dunk? Wow. Cool idea! That’s the moment Elves Can’t Dunk was born.

What if there was a story about one of Santa’s elves who wanted to play in the NB. I went home and started writing the idea the next day. Three years later it was published by Cross Training Publishing.

Book 1 in the Elves Series. Only there is a small problem – – Sebastian is an elf and ELVES CAN’T DUNK. To solve his dunking dilemma, Sebastian takes some of Santa’s special feed corn, the stuff that makes the reindeer fly, and heads for the tryout. This corn will give Sebastian more hang time than Michael Jordan on the moon! When Coach Frank Tanner finds out about the corn, he sets out on a mission to steal it from Santa Claus.

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A delightful Christmas tale with a great moral. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. "Elves Can't Dunk" is a delightful story appropriate for kids ages 6-10 who are comfortable with chapter books. The colorful cover is eye-catching, and Robert Skead proves to be a first rate children's writer with his witty interaction between the good guys and the bad. This story is a lot of fun, plus there is a good moral in the end.

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Lover of great stories, the American Revolution, sports, Christmas elves and inspiring others through my writing/speaking.

There's just one small problem-Sebastian is an elf at the North Pole. And elves can't dunk! To solve this dunking dilemma, Sebastian takes some of Santa's magic feed corn-the stuff that makes his reindeer fly-to his tryout for the team. This corn will give Sebastian more hang time than Michael Jordan on the moon! When Sebastian's idol, Coach Tanner, discovers the corn, he begins to dream of his own championships for his team of losers.

Sebastian is back in this sequel to Elves Can't Dunk. This time, Sebastian and the gang are on a mission to give Jack Fabulous, professional football's most famous quarterback, a little Christmas spirit. In the process, Sebastian ends up on the team for the Christmas Eve "Sandwich Bowl" game. But there is a large problem; Sebastian is an elf-and ELVES CAN'T TACKLE! Elves Can't Tackle delivers a valuable lesson about the importance of loyalty between friends.

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Burking
Great and fun read. Rob Skead and AC Green have done an exceptional job on this book! Captures the spirit of the holidays and the importance of friendship, teamwork, and integrity.
Goldfury
This is what he had to say:
"I think this is a very good book, and would like to read the other books in this series. The main character, Sebastian, was my favorite. He is an elf, who wants to play basketball and spends most of the story chasing the coach around to recuperate the magic feed corn that belongs to Santa, which the coach stole. Sebastian is funny and always getting into trouble. He has a crush on a girl and they like each other, but I was glad it was not so much romance that kids wouldn't want to read it. The part I enjoyed the most was at the end, when Santa surprises the other characters in the book. You'll have to read it to find out the surprise.

There are several lessons taught in this book. The coach learns about kindness and that winning isn't everything. Sebastian learns to stay focused. There are some interesting details about the Christmas story hidden in the plot. It wasn't too difficult to spot them. I think kids will enjoy reading this and looking for those clues."

I am thankful to the author who sent me a copy to read and review. All these opinions are my own and I did not have to give a positive review.
Jode
"Elves Can't Dunk" is a delightful story appropriate for kids ages 6-10 who are comfortable with chapter books. The colorful cover is eye-catching, and Robert Skead proves to be a first rate children's writer with his witty interaction between the good guys and the bad. This story is a lot of fun, plus there is a good moral in the end. For kids who love basketball, this holiday story will certainly be right up their alley.