For the Grown-Ups:
Just a Baseball Game has Sam and his friends dealing with the reality of bad sportsmanship. This Project Play book is meant to teach a valuable lesson while inspiring kids to get back to the basics of America's favorite pastime. By sticking together, the gang teaches us to be good sports and to make baseball a backyard game again. Sam leads the gang as they revise the rules and just play for fun. The book comes with baseball cards and fun descriptions for getting to know all the characters. Project Play books were created to inspire families and neighborhoods to play backyard games that demand imagination and foster creativity so children can channel those skills into their adult lives. This same spirit of adventure and creative play are the foundation of all the stories and backyard games in the Project Play series.
Like most New England Patriots fans, Tommy has a problem: his balls. They are deflated. What is he to do with his deflated balls, and how can his hero, Tom Brady, help?
WARNING: EXPLICIT MATERIAL not intended for children under the age of eighteen, persons who take themselves too seriously, and New England Patriots fans.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Arrow Rivendell was an early adopter of ecstasy, according to Arrow's kindergarten class. Don't do drugs kids, or you'll end up writing New England Football Comedic Erotica too (and possibly Dino Porn).
Now everyone's favorite joke books from Rob Elliott can be found in one economical volume! Combining his bestselling Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids, Zoolarious Animal Jokes for Kids, and Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids, Elliott will have kids of all ages laughing with the gut-bustingest, knee-slappingest, guffaw-inducingest, funniest collection of clean jokes you can find.
Jim Nasium is a ten-year-old on a mission to live up to his name and find the right sport that will let him shine! He's ready to try his hand (or foot) at the world's game- soccer! And with his friend's dad, a former star soccer player, as their coach, Jim is sure he'll be able to master all the fancy footwork and become an unstoppable striker. There's only one problem . . . he can't stop using his hands! Will Jim be able to score big for the team, or will he foul out for good in this phys ed chapter book adventure?"