RHCB | More Sites
More Sites
Kids
Teens
Teachers
Librarians
Magic Tree House
Junie B. Jones
Seussville
Random House
Return Home

Sports : By Author : w


Books

Where the Pirates Arrgh! (SpongeBob SquarePants)

By: Melissa Wygand
illustrated by: Heather Martinez

Yo-ho-ho! Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants and his first mate Patrick are searching for lost pirate treasure in this all-new Little Golden Book that is sure to thrill boys ages 2-5.

Kickers #4: Game-Day Jitters

By: Rich Wallace
illustrated by: Jimmy Holder

Filled with on-the-field soccer scenes, black-and-white artwork, and sports statistics throughout, this short novel—ideal for newly independent readers, athletes, and all sports fans—follows...

Kickers #1: The Ball Hogs

By: Rich Wallace
illustrated by: Jimmy Holder

Introducing a soccer series for new readersKickers #1Nine-year-old Ben is brand-new to soccer, but he's a good athlete and knows he'll do well on the Bobcats, his team in the local Kickers soccer league....


One Good Punch

By: Rich Wallace

ASK ANYBODY AROUND East Scranton High School: Michael Kerrigan is almost too good to be true. Dedicated athlete, captain of the track team, editorial assistant (obituary writer) at the Scranton Observer,...

Wrestling Sturbridge

By: Rich Wallace

The critics' votes are in--Wrestling Sturbridge is a winner!  Now available in rack-sized paperback.

You Never Heard of Casey Stengel?!

By: Jonah Winter
illustrated by: Barry Blitt

Legendary baseball manager Casey Stengel worked with such greats as Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle; he led the New York Yankees to a record-breaking TEN pennants and SEVEN World Series in twelve years;...


Andrew's Bright Blue T-Shirt

By: Jessica Wollman
illustrated by: Ana Lopez Escriva

When will a little boy be ready to play with the big kids? Andrew loves wearing his brother’s hand-me-down T-shirt–the one with the soccer ball on it. He can’t wait for the day when...

Sports Camp

By: Rich Wallace

Riley feels like the smallest kid at sports camp. In fact, he is. He just turned eleven in April, but most kids here are twelve, and a few are even thirteen—and gigantic. It’s hard enough for...

You Never Heard of Willie Mays?!

By: Jonah Winter
illustrated by: Terry Widener

Many believe baseball great Willie Mays to be the best player that ever lived. He hit 660 home runs (fourth best of all time), had a lifetime batting average of .302, and is second only to Babe Ruth...


Resources

You Never Heard of Sandy Koufax?!

By: Jonah Winter
illustrated by: Andre Carrilho

Download Resource

You Never Heard of Willie Mays?!

By: Jonah Winter
illustrated by: Terry Widener

Many believe baseball great Willie Mays to be the best player that ever lived. He hit 660 home runs (fourth best of all time), had a lifetime batting average of .302, and is second only to Babe Ruth...

Download Resource