Little Baseball

 
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Now even the smallest of fans can enjoy a book about their favorite sport. Rhyming riddles accompanied by colorful artwork help introduce the game's simplest, most basic elements.

Details

Specifications

  • Dewey: 796.357
  • Graphics: Full-color illustrations
  • Boardbook (9781585365470): 20 pages, 7 (w) x 5 (h), © 2011, 02/17/2011
  • PDF (9781410308191): 20 pages, 7 (w) x 5 (h), © 2011, 08/02/2011
  • Hosted ebook (9781627535373): 20 pages, © 2014, 08/15/2013
  • Series: Little Sports

Leveling

  • Suggested Interest Level: Age 0-4 - Age 6
  • Accelerated Reader® Quiz: 0

BISAC Subjects

Reviews

A Review of "Little Baseball" in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine

Baseball is such fun for all ages, and this board book brings some interesting aspects of the game easily within reach of even young children. Each page has a simple baseball related riddle; the answer appears on the next page. The illustrations are rich, creamy, and inviting. In our house, our 5-year-old read each page, while our toddler provided answers to the riddles. What fun we had!

This would be an especially good book to read with preschoolers before and during a baseball game to engage their interest and keep the wiggles at bay for several innings or more. Highly recommended!

Contributors

Author: Brad Herzog

Brad Herzog lives on California’s Monterey Peninsula with his wife, Amy, and his two sons, Luke and Jesse. As a freelance writer, he has won several awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, including a Grand Gold Medal for best magazine article of the year. Brad has published more than two dozen books, including two memoirs about his travels through small-town America.

Illustrator: Doug Bowles

A graduate of the Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio, Doug Bowles has been a freelance illustrator for 20 years. In addition to Doug’s illustrations for children, he enjoys working with a wide range of clients in the advertising, corporate and editorial communities. His work has been selected many times in the Society of Illustrators West competition, and he has had several gallery showings. Doug lives in Leawood, Kansas, with his wife and two children.