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ISBN:
0689819331
Author:
Dean Hughes
Category:
Geography & Cultures
Language:
English
Publisher:
Aladdin; First Edition edition (March 1, 1999)
Pages:
128 pages
EPUB book:
1618 kb
FB2 book:
1399 kb
DJVU:
1161 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
952


This is the first book in the Scrappers Series by Dean Hughes

This is the first book in the Scrappers Series by Dean Hughes. As a general note on the series, each of the Scrappers books covers a different position on the team with tips at the back of the book on playing the position, some advice from the coach and trivia trading cards dedicated to the learning more about the game. Play Ball (Vol. 1) is about two players who fail to make the deadline for the summer baseball league and have only two hours to find enough players to form a new team.

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Play Ball (Scrappers). The book Scrappers is about Wilson Love who plays catcher for the Scrappers. He hits the game winning home run in one of the games and everyone thinks he's a hero. But after that game his hitting streak ends

Play Ball (Scrappers). Customers who bought this item also bought. But after that game his hitting streak ends. He begins to swing horribly and everyone tries to give him advice that doesn't work. The next game he strikes out three and his team loses by 5 runs. Then a few of his teammates start to fight with each other because everybody's frustrated because the team is playing poorly.

1999) (The first book in the Scrappers series) A novel by Dean Hughes

1999) (The first book in the Scrappers series) A novel by Dean Hughes. Having failed to get their applications in for the middle school summer baseball league, Robbie and Trent scramble to find a sponsor, a coach, and enough players to form their own team.

Play Ball, Home Run Hero, Team Player, Now We're Talking, Bases Loaded, No Easy Out, Take Your Base, No Fear, and Grand Slam. 9 primary works, 9 total works. Having failed to get their applications in for.

The Scrappers book series by Dean Hughes includes books Play Ball, Home Run Hero, Team Player, and several more. Scrappers 5: Bases Loaded. No Easy Out. Dean Hughes.

Dean Hughes (born August 4, 1943) is an author of historical novels and children's books. He has written 102 books as well as various poems and short stories. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hughes is a prominent. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hughes is a prominent author of LDS fiction for children and juveniles. Many of Hughes's books are sports or war themed. Hughes is most well known for his historical World War II era Children of the Promise series for adults.

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Dean Hughes was born in 1943 in Utah. He taught English at Central Missouri State University for eight years

Dean Hughes was born in 1943 in Utah. He earned a degree in English from Weber State University and a Masters in Creative Writing and a PhD in literature at the University of Washington, in Seattle. He taught English at Central Missouri State University for eight years. Hughes left his teaching position to pursue a writing career full-time. Since then he has written over 80 books. He writes books for children, young adults and adults readers with subjects ranging from fiction to nonfiction to nonsense verse. He is the author of the Angel Park, Nutty, Lucky and Scrappers series.

100. What’s the title of the book? Scrappers. Who did Robbie play baseball with the year before?

100. 100. What series is this book? 1st series. Who did Robbie play baseball with the year before? Wilson Love.

Having failed to get their applications in for the middle school summer baseball league, Robbie and Trent scramble to find a sponsor, a coach, and enough players to form their own team. Simultaneous.
  • Umrdana
What a great book for all the kids out there, boys AND girls, that like to play baseball! We coach three Little League Baseball teams right now (ages 6-7, 8, and 10) and have recommended this series to all of our teams as a great summer reading program. The books are written for ages 8-12, but younger children with a pretty good understanding of baseball will enjoy reading the book with an adult. My 6 and 7 year old boys loved this book and are eager to read the next book (they are not big reading fans, so I was happy to support the reading habit by getting the entire series for them).
This is the first book in the Scrappers Series by Dean Hughes. As a general note on the series, each of the Scrappers books covers a different position on the team with tips at the back of the book on playing the position, some advice from the coach and trivia trading cards dedicated to the learning more about the game.
Play Ball (Vol. 1) is about two players who fail to make the deadline for the summer baseball league and have only two hours to find enough players to form a new team. When Robbie only finds eleven players, not meeting the required twelve player minimum, he creates an "imaginary cousin". This lie causes problems for Robbie before they even play their first game. Another problem for Robbie is that one of the players recruited is a girl who competes with him for his shortstop position causing rivalry between team members and subsequently a loss in an important game.
By the end of the book, the players(and the readers) have learned valuable lessons in honesty, consequences, team spirit and team work, and good sportsmanship!
Again, I think this is a great book for young baseball fans! It makes for a great summer reading program and keeps the attention of the young readers. Look for Home Run Hero (Vol. #2) by Dean Hughes also available now.
  • Bluddefender
The main character in this book is Robbie. Robbie is on a baseball team. At a game a friend doesn't know how to swing. Also,in the story Robbie's cousin went on vacation so Robbie's team is going to need a girl, and she is pretty good. I recommend this book for kids 10, 11, and even 12 years old. This book is pretty good and exciting.
  • Coirad
I have read everyone of Mr. Hughes'Books about the Scrappers to my son...BR>He loves to read them time and again, you get caught up in the game with these kids (Scrappers) and how they become better players and become friends and real team players.
Sincerely,
Dennis Brown