Bumble Bee Baseball

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 17, 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 whats right and whats wrong, and believe in forgiveness.
 

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About the author (2012)

Dennis Santos was born on the Island of Kauai, Hawaii, and raised in a small plantation town called Ahukini. Growing up on the Island, Dennis and his friends spent much time creating their own recreation. They made their own sports equipment such as surfboards, canoes, and basketball hoops mounted on palm trees. For their favorite sport baseball, they made bats from tree branches, and gloves from paper bags. For baseballs they used golf balls found at a nearby golf course. Their stadium was the open beach where coconuts, half buried in the sand, served as bases, and a home run was a ball hit into the ocean. For 30 years Dennis served as a youth minister and Little League coach. His love for writing has gained him a number of books: “Earl the Pearl” A Baseball Story, “Not So Silent Night” and the stage play version of “The Christmas Angel” are published by Llumina Press. “Santa’s Miracle Bears” at Create Space, and the book version of the “The Christmas Angel” is found at Gray Squirrel publishing.

Dennis Santos was born on the Island of Kauai, Hawaii, and raised in a small plantation town called Ahukini. Growing up on the Island, Dennis and his friends spent much time creating their own recreation. They made their own sports equipment such as surfboards, canoes, and basketball hoops mounted on palm trees. For their favorite sport baseball, they made bats from tree branches, and gloves from paper bags. For baseballs they used golf balls found at a nearby golf course. Their stadium was the open beach where coconuts, half buried in the sand, served as bases, and a home run was a ball hit into the ocean. For 30 years Dennis served as a youth minister and Little League coach. His love for writing has gained him a number of books: “Earl the Pearl” A Baseball Story, “Not So Silent Night” and the stage play version of “The Christmas Angel” are published by Llumina Press. “Santa’s Miracle Bears” at Create Space, and the book version of the “The Christmas Angel” is found at Gray Squirrel publishing.

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