Baseball Great; Volume number 4
On Sale: 02/23/2016
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Perfect for fans of Mike Lupica's sports books and Dan Gutman's Baseball Card Adventures, New York Times bestselling author and former NFL player Tim Green gives readers a thrilling new addition to his bestselling Baseball Great series.
Josh's life has just fallen apart. His father will no longer be coaching the travel baseball team and is moving to Florida, forcing his mom and little sister to move into a small apartment on the wrong side of town. To make matters worse, the new coach of the travel team is an unforgiving drill sergeant.
But then Benji tells Josh of a home-run derby in which the winner gets a brand-new house. All Josh has to do to qualify is hit twenty home runs during his travel-team season. With Benji and Jaden's help, Josh is hoping to hit it out of the park and save his family, because if he strikes out, he may just lose everything.
- ISBN: 9780062317117
- ISBN 10: 0062317113
- Imprint: HarperCollins
- On Sale: 02/23/2016
- Trimsize: 6.00 in (w) x 9.00 in (h) x 1.13 in (d)
- Pages: 352
- List Price: 16.99 USD
- Ages: 8 to 12
- BISAC1: JUVENILE FICTION / Sports & Recreation / Baseball & Softball
- BISAC2: JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Marriage & Divorce
- BISAC3: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / New Experience
“Any sports fiction fan who wants plenty of play-by-play will find it here. Solid series fare.” - Kirkus Reviews
“The baseball action is exciting. Sports play a strong enough role to put this solidly in that genre, but the domestic issues broaden its audience.” - Booklist