If I Look Like You

If I Look Like You

When Scout the chameleon dragon goes exploring to decide what she wants to be when she grows up, she talks to animal professionals to learn key aspects of their trade. While she starts with the misconception that what she can become is based on her appearance, the key lesson is repeated by everyone she meets: “You don’t have to look like me.”

Animal characters are equally relatable to all children, as is the exploration to see where they fit in. While STEM is very important, America is experiencing a shortage in “middle skills,” and studies have recommended educating children earlier about their options in the workforce—not all require a college degree. Unlike many books about career choices, If I Look Like You doesn’t focus solely on college-track professions. Scout considers fifteen professions including a landscaper, flight attendant, factory worker, chef, and computer programmer. Each gives her things to consider if she wants to go into that career.

All 5 Lady Tigers Books

Being part of the Lady Tigers is about more than playing fastpitch softball. It’s about being part of a team.

Get all 5 paperback books in the middle grade Lady Tigers Series about girls’ fastpitch softball, encouraging female athletes to reach for the stars in the game they love.

Baseball/Softball Scorebook

Spiral bound
Includes reproducible worksheet for planning lineups

“This book is wonderful. I showed a few coaches and they loved it. They plan on ordering some for next years high school season. It is so easy to use. I used it to track my daughters pitching and batting for high school. It was so easy to figure out everything. With the book I was able to figure out she played 13 games, 88 strikeouts and batted .317. Now I plan to use it for summer tournaments.”

-Dan P., coach and father