Help your child refine their motor skills and learn numbers and shapes with these educational wooden puzzles
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Matt Kenseth's Race Against Bullying is the first release in a new series produced by Matt and his wife, Katie, that are designed for family reading to help children ages four through eight become more self-confident and empowered to make good choices. Available exclusively at more than 11,000 Dollar General stores nationwide, the series of value-based books will tackle issues that confront children daily and also help raise awareness for the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
Kenseth, an avid reader and literacy advocate from the small town of Cambridge, Wis., is the 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion who currently drives the No. 20 Dollar General Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. A father of four, Kenseth championed this project in hopes these books can help spark dialogue among families to better prepare today's youth for the challenges that await them.
Nine-year old Matt is starting fourth grade when he encounters a bully who teases him about his racing. A frustrated Matt seeks the assistance of his parents and his friends to help him deal with the school bully. With their help, Matt discovers several methods to help him with this difficult situation.