Pete the Cat is ready to play baseball! Pete’s team, the Rocks, is playing the Rolls. But when the game doesn’t go Pete’s way, what will Pete do?
Pete the Cat: Play Ball! is a My First I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child.
Biscuit is excited to be at the ball game, but no dogs are allowed in the game itself. He doesn't just want to watch, though—Biscuit wants to play ball, too! Can the determined puppy find a way to join in the fun? Just right for the youngest of readers—and for anyone who has ever wanted to play along with the big kids—Biscuit's ball game adventure will prove supremely satisfying.
Biscuit Plays Ball is a My First I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for shared reading with a child.
Brother Bear and Sister Bear are teaching the younger bears to play T-ball. But it's tough when the cubs don't know the difference between running to home plate and running home! Will Brother Bear and Sister Bear be able to put together a winning team?
The Berenstain Bears Play T-Ball is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
A beautifully illustrated tribute to the power of a boy?s dreams, and the great gift that is hope.
Teddy “Bear” Larrabee, a slugger on the Pine City Porcupines, gets his 823rd base hit on his birthday, August 23—and it’s a home run! The Bear is a big believer in the power of numbers, so he asks Pines batboy Chad to retrieve the ball from the stands. There’s only one problem: the crabby fan in the ballpark who caught it. Chad really wants to keep the Bear happy and slugging, so he’s just got to figure out what the fan would be willing to trade for that 823 ball.
Soon, however, he discovers the wisdom of God's Plan for us to experience not just the good times, but the bad times, and especially the in-between times.