Bill J. Carol - Juvenile Fiction - 1972 - 141 pages
Determined not to miss playing on his Little League team, Mickey Ortega runs away from his parents' vacation cabin and tries to make his way home.
Bill J. Carol - Juvenile Fiction - 1970 - 129 pages
When their regular Little League Coach is replaced temporarily, the substitute coach makes some unusual decisions that do not improve the team's records but broaden each player ...
Bill J. Carol - Football - 1973 - 136 pages
An aggressive, overconfident high school football player learns self-control and becomes a valuable team member.
Bill J. Carol - Juvenile Fiction - 1973 - 158 pages
Danny Dunn's determination to play third base for the Little League, the same position his grandfather once played professionally, leads to surprising results.
Kirk Marshall - Basketball - 1989 - 132 pages
Brian is used to relying on his height to carry the basketball games in his small hometown, but when he plays in the big city, he must learn the importance of working as part ...
Nathan Aaseng - Basketball - 1990 - 143 pages
When Ben, the star of his church basketball team, finds himself turning into a poor sport and a ball hog, he receives spiritual support through anonymous notes from a secret ...