Mookie said: Lol so I'm not sure why I bought this . I was walking past the book, read Todd Strasser, and walked right back. The 'Here Comes Heavenly' books basically defined my childhood, so I wondered if this book might have that Strasser touch. It's your basic transcribe from the script kind of book that you'd find in a scholastics magazine. Lol so I'm not sure why I bought this. Saw it at the bookstore right after I happened to see the movie, actually kinda liked the movie, and was kinda digging the romance between mama and rocket. I was walking past the book, read Todd Strasser, and walked right back
When klutzy eleven-year-old Henry finds that his broken arm has acquired bionic capabilities, he has a chance to lead his beloved Chicago Cubs to a World Series victory. ISBN13: 9780440409106. Release Date: July 1993.
Rookie of the Year ~~ Todd Strasser. The Chicago Cubs are having their usual tough season, and so is their biggest fan, 12-year-old Henry Rowengartner. Henry dreams of playing for the Cubs one day, but can't even cut it as equipment manager for his school team. Then he accidentally breaks his arm. When the cast is removed, Henry's got a 100 . pitch and a Chicago Cubs uniform! Can Henry be the youngest Major League player ever - and save his team? About the Book.
Published July 1, 1993 by Yearling.
Todd Strasser (born May 5, 1950) is an American writer of more than 130 young-adult and middle grade novels and many short stories and works of non-fiction, some written under the pen names Morton Rhue and . Rue. Strasser was born in New York City. His first novel was Angel Dust Blues (1978). He is the father of two children, and an avid tennis player and surfer
When seventeen-year-old Ishmael wakes up from stasis aboard the Pequod, he is amazed by how different this planet is from the dirty, dying, Shroud-covered Earth he left behind. But Ishmael isn't on Cretacea to marvel at the fresh air, sunshine, and endless blue ocean. He's here to work, risking his life to hunt down great ocean-dwelling beasts to harvest and send back to the resource-depleted Earth. This novel dramatizes an incident that took place in a California school in 1969. A teacher creates an experimental movement in his class to help students understand how people could have followed Hitler.
When seventeen-year-old Ishmael wakes up from stasis aboard the Pequod, he is amazed by how different this planet is from the dirty, dying, Shroud-covered Earth he left behind. But when Jamie gets her hands on some sensational shots of Willow, shes suddenly in over her head. The pictures could make her careerand destroy Willows.
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Todd Strasser writes his books largely out of his own experience or remembered feeling, and always with his readers in mind. Then, after I speak, he says, I listen to the audience. Although he admits to having a happy childhood, his teens years coincided with the sweeping social revolution of the 1960s, and he was attracted to its anti-establishment elements. I didn't do much when I first went to college. When it became clear that I would not have to go to Vietnam, I dropped out and did not go back to school until I really knew what I wanted to do.