Bumble Bee Baseball

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 1, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
Bumble Bee Baseball is adapted and written from a true experience. Sometimes children find ways to create their own recreation, all the while not realizing how it might involve destroying the ways of nature. The wonder of baseball for a child instills the ability to throw, to hit, and to catch. This is also the natural aspect of playfulness and self-defense. It is the hope of this author that this story will help the young to know what s right and what s wrong, and believe in forgiveness.

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About the author (2012)

Anthony R. Mawson, an epidemiologist, social scientist, and inventor - and later in life an aspiring writer - was born in England, educated in Canada and the United States, and has lived for many years in Louisiana and Mississippi. During a two-year stint working in Des Moines, Iowa, he met and married Carol Andersen, who was raised on a farm in northwest Iowa. Visits to the farm and Carol's tales of her early life there inspired the author to invent the Shirley character and her adventures to tell to their two young children, Hayley and Mary Olivia, when they were toddlers. The children liked them so much that they encouraged their dad to create and tell them more Shirley stories.

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