Basketball Warriors [NOOK Book]

Overview

Basketball is a game for boys, and when you are a boy it’s hard to get enough of it.
Last year we finished near the bottom of the league, but hope springs eternal and we expect much more in the season ahead. There are only six of us on this year’s team, but six is enough. We’re one year older, one year taller, and have one more year of experience behind us as well.
Just before the opening game our coach resigns. (Quit may be a better word ...
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Basketball Warriors

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Overview

Basketball is a game for boys, and when you are a boy it’s hard to get enough of it.
Last year we finished near the bottom of the league, but hope springs eternal and we expect much more in the season ahead. There are only six of us on this year’s team, but six is enough. We’re one year older, one year taller, and have one more year of experience behind us as well.
Just before the opening game our coach resigns. (Quit may be a better word for it.) The league rescues us with a quick replacement, but is this a rescue or simply sabotage? Only time will tell.
Follow along on our bumpy ride as we play a little ball, learn a few techniques, and come together as a team. Win or lose we’ll give ‘em heck, as we make our quest for the championship ring.
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Editorial Reviews

Personal - Lindsay Bezzant
Both of my boys loved this book, and so did I. Not only does it have chapters filled with basketball intrigue, it also contains warm and fun little tales of winter fun: the boys play Santa Clause for an out of work father, there's a wild New Year's Eve party in a boys chicken coop, and a tender tale of Valentine's Day. Six boys and six different crushes, in many ways that may surprise you. But the book begins and ends with basketball, and it's fitting that it should. Five stars from me and mine.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014076357
  • Publisher: Dave Stone
  • Publication date: 1/30/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,376,821
  • File size: 204 KB

Meet the Author

Dave Stone is a storyteller, natural born. He writes for fun but he wishes to share. He writes for boys because he is a boy. He grew up in a small town and has many adventures to share, as well as others that he creates. In his school days, Dave would have rather played basketball that do anything else in the world - anything. This little book will allow you to share the fun.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2014

    Hello-K to A

    Got some things for you to think about. 1. The fight in the begining of our book makes Laura seem like a cry-baby and it makes Jordan seem like a bully. 2. Do we want magic to exsist outside of the books? Maybe the dragon could explain that it's real. 3. Both twins like Jordan. What should we do about that? (One of the twins gives up the crush, or something. On a more sinister note, maybe one dies?) 4. For a twist ending, maybe two kids call in the millirary and all of the book-creatures join togeather to fight them? Let me know what you think! -K to A

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2013

    Good for teens to read

    Good book for young teens. Not just about basketball. Also teaches kids about thinking of others.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2013

    Froststar

    I will choose my deputy out of the first five cats to join the clan. Star clan will choose the medicine cat. When you do your bio, pleasr include what you would like to be. (Exc. Deputy, kit...)

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    Posted January 12, 2014

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