Moon Ball (2020)

Moon Ball Strike Three Danny can t ever hit the ball Once just once he d like to swing his bat and connect Then one night Danny finds himself floating out his window to play baseball with the All Stars Orio
  • Title: Moon Ball
  • Author: Jane Yolen
  • ISBN: 9780689810954
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Strike Three Danny can t ever hit the ball Once, just once, he d like to swing his bat and connect.Then, one night, Danny finds himself floating out his window to play baseball with the All Stars Orion, Dipper, the Gemini twins, Rigel, and the rest Their opponents the Orbits are truly intimidating, especially the mean pitcher Moon Danny s afraid he ll strike Strike Three Danny can t ever hit the ball Once, just once, he d like to swing his bat and connect.Then, one night, Danny finds himself floating out his window to play baseball with the All Stars Orion, Dipper, the Gemini twins, Rigel, and the rest Their opponents the Orbits are truly intimidating, especially the mean pitcher Moon Danny s afraid he ll strike out again But maybe an out of this world game can teach him the secret to becoming the batter of his dreams.A boy finds the confidence he needs in this dramatic fantasy The poetic text by award winning author Jane Yolen is both suspenseful and soothing And imaginative art in every shade of nighttime blue makes Moon Ball a deliciously dreamy bedtime book.
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    1. Moon Ball, by Jane Yolen is a story about a boy is not as good as he would like to be at baseball He has never had a hit After he loses another big game, he goes home and sulks in his bedroom As he is there, he end up playing baseball with the star no, not famous baseball players, the actual stars It is in this baseball game that Danny learns some lessons on baseball I felt this story was lacking a bit about being able to transfer his new confidence and ability into the real world I did like the [...]

    2. Moon Ball by Jane Yolen is a picture book I wanted to use for my astronomy project Unfortunately it s no longer in print so it didn t qualify for it.In Moon Ball Danny plays little league He desperately wants to learn how to hit the ball but hasn t had any luck After striking out again at a big game, he s ready to give up That night he s visited by the All Stars and challenged to a game that takes place in outer space against actual constellations and other heavenly bodies.The book is a sweet wi [...]

    3. 2nd 3rd Danny a young boy struggles at baseball All he wishes for is to hit one ball He imagines of a place up in space where he can hit all the balls thrown to him His imagination helps him gain the confidence he needs to bring back to his team the next game.Students need to learn to believe in themselves his is a good book to read to a class full of sports fans on how to believe in your self.

    4. Teased and know as the worst baseball player on his team, a young boy returns home after striking out as the last batter in the last inning and costing his team any chance of a comeback Not wanting to talk with anyone about the game he returns home and drifts off to sleep in his room where he dreams he plays baseball with the stars and planets Despite the heckles of the planets, the stars provide him with a batting tip and the encouragement he needs to hit the game winning home run.

    5. This book is a sweet story of a little boy who, after losing the big game, retreats to his room and takes solace in the stars During his musings he imagines himself floating into the sky to play a rousing game of baseball with his star teammates against the big, mean moon He continues to struggle until his celestial coach reminds him of the advice his aunt gave him, and ends up winning the big game This book teaches a good lesson for facing your obstacles and visualizing your goals.

    6. This book made no sense and was very boring My son picked it up at random from our local library and I wish I had looked it over before taking it home Some kid really sucks at baseball so goes and plays with the stars It was just stupid and boring.

    7. This book was wonderfully inspiring and I can t wait until I have someone specific to buy it for The illustrations were beautiful and the idea of baseball in the night sky was magnificent Make it a movie.

    8. Really pretty illustrations I m not a big baseball fan, so I think some of this story was lost on me, but the kids enjoyed it quite a bit I just liked looking at the pictures

    9. Pretty concept Simple story I m worried that the astronomy will work better for educated adults than the intended audience But the art is so wonderful

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