From the Little League baseball tryouts to the last game of the season, this easy reading Little League Baseball book, Little League Heroes, gives a boy all he wants with a fantastic action-packed story and ending! Michael has just been elected the new team captain and realizes he might have his work cut out for him. Josh, Carlos, and Jake are the best players on this Little League baseball team, but can they learn what the word “teamwork” really means? During this spring and summer season of Little League baseball, your young kid will read and learn how a group of boys, ages 9 – 12, are taught valuable lessons as the magical season interjects into their own lives the game of Little League baseball with a beautiful story that ends remarkably well. Your young child, age 9 – 12, will not put this book down.
In the intersection of our lives with Little League baseball, the book Little League Heroes stands up as a must read!
Targeted Age Group:
ages 9 – 12
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I believe when writing in a younger genre you must write with the thought process of a child.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Do what you love to do. Writing is easy if you love to write. Most of us have no idea when it comes to putting the book “out on the market” for readers to purchase and enjoy. Just do not get discouraged. I have never had one person look at me with disdain when I replied
I am a writer” to their question “what do you do?”
Joe Jackson, born 1960 in Brooklyn, New York, to Irish – German immigrant parents, grew up on Long Island. For twenty years he played baseball, chasing his dream. His first book, “Little League Heroes,” was soon followed with “Little League Softball Champs.” He spends time as a “bird dog” scout looking for the next big league star and as a high school – college baseball umpire, though he always makes time for his “honey-dos!”
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have always enjoyed the game of baseball. It helped put me through college. But if not for the instruction and the incredible fun I had as a youngster, learning the game from adults, who after a hard day of work, gave of themselves time to coach a group of boys. I certainly would not have been able to do the things I enjoy doing today.
As a young kid, I remember reading about my baseball heroes, getting motivated to go out on the field and give the best that I could. Maybe Little League Heroes can offer inspiration and that same motivation I received, when I was once a young boy.
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