|Arthur and the Best Coach Ever|
|Author|| Marc Brown|
|Publication date||August 1, 2001|
|Published by||Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
| Preceded by|
Arthur and the Recess Rookie
| Followed by|
Arthur and the Goalie Ghost
Arthur and the Best Coach Ever is the fourth book in the Arthur Good Sports series.
- When Muffy's father becomes the new soccer coach, he gives everyone a new uniform and ice cream for treats. The kids think this is great, especially when they get to ride in his limo. But before long they begin to notice that Mr. Crosswire isn't really paying attention at the games, and when they need help with their kicking and passing, he seems to be too busy talking to clients. Some of the kids even wish they had their old coach back. Is Coach Crosswire just interested in what the team can do for his business?
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- Unlike in "Muffy's Soccer Shocker", Mr. Crosswire seems uninterested in the team.