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The littlest leaguer e-book

Author:

Syd Hoff

Language:

English

Category:

Other

ePub size:

1109 kb

Other formats:

mbr lit azw rtf

Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Windmill Books; 1st edition (1976)

Pages:

48

ISBN:

0525615369

The littlest leaguer e-book

by Syd Hoff


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Of all the players in the little league, Harold was the littlest. No matter how hard he tries, Harold is no good at baseball. Of all the players in the little league, Harold was the littlest. The ground balls always bounce over his head, and his little legs never get him to the pop flies fast enough.

The littlest leaguer. by. Hoff, Syd, 1912-2004. Littlest of all the little leaguers, Harold has a hard time finding some way to really help his team. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

The Littlest Leaguer book. Syd Hoff draws attention to the capability of miniature athletes with big hearts in The Littlest Leaguer, showing by Harold's example that a defining triumph may be waiting around the bend if we're patient and prepared to pounce on the opportunity when it arrives. Harold hasn't had any success to speak of on his little league baseball team. Syd Hoff was a much-loved and much-read author and illustrator of numerous books for children, most notably the Danny and the Dinosaur titles and Sammy the Seal. Born and raised in New York City, he studied at the National Academy of Design and sold his first cartoon to The New Yorker when he was eighteen. His cartoons became regular features in many magazines and newspapers. Sid Hoff was born in 1912 and died in 2004, at ninety-one. His books continue to delight readers worldwide. So the only place Coach Lombardi puts him is on the bench. Until one day, during a very important game, Harold gets his big chance to show that being little isn't so bad after all.

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Book theme: Baseball & Softball. Street Date: March 25, 2008. No matter how hard he tries, Harold is no good at baseball

Book theme: Baseball & Softball. illustrated by Syd Hoff.

Littlest of all the little leaguers, Harold has a hard time finding some way to really help his team.
Mora
I feel like this book is a little outdated. The words are also very difficult for a beginning reader. This is more of a read aloud book from a parent to a child, because of the difficulty of the words. My son did like the story and pictures, but he could not read it himself.
Iaiastta
With a label of Level on1, I assumed 1st grade. Some of the words are too long to be considered first grade. The story is fine if you read it to the boy or girl.
Iriar
Age appropriate for little ones interested in baseball.
Peras
My son plays baseball ... And this was good since this year was his first time playing and he was afraid he wouldn't do good ... Anyway this book made his feel better ... He loves books so one more to his library
Madis
Bought for my 5 year old niece who had just completed playing her first season of softball. She was really happy with the book.
Foxanayn
Great book. My boys ages 4-9 all enjoyed it. Encouraging for little ones
Khiceog
Reading with 5 yr old Vincent is a joy and this book was not only enjoyable to share together, but I was able to see just how well he was coming along in his reading skills. He was happy to see Nana was so proud of his reading abilities.
Baby gifrt for a baby shower in May. Theme All Stars so this is perfect

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