Brother Bear, who’s smaller than the other boys, struggles to find the right sport for him
When it comes time to try out for the school football team, Brother Bear feels confident—until he sees the sizes of the other players. Brother can run, pass, and catch, but everybody else is bigger and better. And instead of getting to put on a uniform, he’s stuck being the water bear.
The same thing happens when basketball season and baseball season roll around. Brother Bear is good, but not good enough. One day, his frustration gets the better of him, and he starts kicking things in the locker room. He kicks a bucket. He kicks a can. He goes outside and kicks a rock. And when the coach sees him, Brother thinks he’s in trouble. But he’s about to get his big chance—in a sport where kicking is the most important skill of all!