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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Who Shouldn't Write Children's Books

Ever heard of Terrell Owens? If you have, then you won't believe who put out a children's book...

The outspoken Dallas receiver is set to release his first children's book in mid-November. But the book, titled "Little T Learns to Share," will be a far cry from the tell-all book T.O. released in July.

Little T, the main character, refuses to share his football but eventually learns he can't enjoy his new ball without friends.

"I tried to play outside alone and throw it by myself, but football isn't football unless you play with someone else," Little T says in the book.

"It's a life lesson for discipline," co-author Courtney Parker said Friday on The Dallas Morning News' Web site. "It's ironic because he's considered one of the more undisciplined players in the NFL."