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eBook Make-Believe Ball Player ePub

by Tom Newsom,Alfred Slote

  • ISBN: 0397322860
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Tom Newsom,Alfred Slote
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ty Crowell Co; 1st edition (June 1, 1989)
  • ePub book: 1468 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1329 kb
  • Other: docx doc txt rtf
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 606

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Make-Believe Ball Player Hardcover – June 1, 1989. This book was very good. The reason I choose to read this wasbecause I read another book by Alfred Slote called "Finding BuckMcHenry" (which I highly recommend)

Make-Believe Ball Player Hardcover – June 1, 1989. by. Alfred Slote (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The reason I choose to read this wasbecause I read another book by Alfred Slote called "Finding BuckMcHenry" (which I highly recommend). This is about a 10 year old boy who is very clumsy but loves to play baseball.

Make-Believe Ball Player Paperback – April 1, 1992.

Although he's not very good at baseball, ten-year-old Henry uses his imagination to become a better ball player.

Slote, Alfred; Newsom, Tom, ill. Publication date. Baseball, Imagination, Self-confidence, Self-confidence. New York : Lippincott. Although he's not very good at baseball, ten-year-old Henry uses his imagination to become a better ball player.

Make-Believe Ball Player book. I wanted to read Make-Believe Ball Player because I had heard somewhere that it was a cute story, which it indeed turned out to be. It probably took less than an hour to read, so it felt more like a short story than a full book, but it was pretty enjoyable. In fact, I think "cute" is probably the perfect word to describe it. As with a lot of sports stories, it's about a lovable, quirky kid who's turns out to be an unlikely hero.

In real life, Henry is clumsy, nearsighted, and slow to react - not exactly a star athlete

Although he's not very good at baseball, ten-year-old Henry uses his imagination to become a better ball player.

Make-Believe Ball Player ) .

Make-Believe Ball Player ) In real life, Henry is clumsy, nearsighted, and slow to react - not exactly a star athlete. But in Henry's games of make-believe baseball, he's always a winner, no matter what. Henry has played real ball, and he doesn't like it very much. Somehow, no matter how hard he tries, he ends up losing the game for his team. In 2012 Slote and his baseball book Jake were the subject of an Entertainment and Sports Programming Network 30 for 30 short documentary in which Slote describes his writing process and reads from the book, saying it is his best writing.

1st ed. by Alfred Slote. Published 1989 by Lippincott in New York Although he's not very good at baseball, ten-year-old Henry uses his imagination to become a better ball player. Published 1989 by Lippincott in New York.

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Make-Believe Ball Player (1989). The Trading Game (1990). Finding Buck McHenry (1991). Slote's five book series shows the life of Jack Jameson and his robot buddy Danny One as they have adventures in a future society that has developed androids that mimic human beings perfectly and has space transportation via cryonics. "On This Day in History: September 11, Popular Writer of Books for Children".

Although he's not very good at baseball, ten-year-old Henry uses his imagination to become a better ball player.