blockquote Cannons are blasting Bullets are flying Wounded soldiers are everywhere Stosh has time traveled to 1863, right into the middle of the Civil War In possibly his most exciting and definitely his most dangerous trip yet, Stosh has decided to answer the question for all time did Abner Doubleday, a Civil War general, really invent the game of baseball It s all here big laughs, dramatic action, fast baseball games in the middle of a battlefield You ll be blown away by this sixth amazing baseball card adventure...
|Title||:||Abner & Me (Baseball Card Adventures)|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins Reprint edition January 30, 2007|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
|File Size||:||576 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Abner & Me (Baseball Card Adventures) Reviews
Invent Baseball, ,that is. Turns out the guy wrote three autobiographical books and never mentioned the game once. He probably never played. But he was a General in the Union army at Gettysburg, and that's where Stosh meets him. Is it exciting? Is it dangerous? Is it worse because his mom is with him? Well, what do you think? Loved this book. It's crammed with history and drama, including a bit of the history of baseball, which really was played in those days, but wasn't exactly as it is today. Close enough for Stosh, though. This is my favorite of the Baseball Card Adventure series (so far.) Go for it!
Interesting way for kids to learn some history of the sport too!
The book was fine and used to replace a library book that had been lost. Thanks.
Such a great read for boys.
My grandson loves very book this author has written!
This is a great series of books for kids and adults. Fantasy and history all in one.
My kids love these books.
I thought this book was boring at times but also really good. This book is definitely not the best of the series but I don't mind it.