Katie's First 5K by Michael Land
Katie is impressed when she sees older girls at her school finish a 5K race. She decides to train with her dad and run a 3.1-mile race on Thanksgiving Day. When she learns her friend is also preparing, Katie is even more inspired.
For many runners, an initial goal—an early feat of the feet—is finishing a 5K. Completing the 3.1 miles often caps months of training. Crossing the finish line, the new runner experiences a well-earned sense of accomplishment.
Will Katie learn that challenges and rewards can go hand-in-hand and make it to the finish line?