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PLAY BALL! Jack and Annie aren't great baseball players . . . yet! Then Morgan the librarian gives them magical baseball caps that will make them experts. They just need to wear the caps to a special ballgame in Brooklyn, New York. The magic tree house whisks them back to 1947!
When they arrive, Jack and Annie find out that they will be batboys in the game--not ballplayers. What exactly does Morgan want them to learn? And what's so special about this game? They only have nine innings to find out!
Discover history, mystery, humor, and baseball in this one-of-a-kind adventure in Mary Pope Osborne's New York Times bestselling Magic Tree House series lauded by parents and teachers as books that encourage reading.
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|Title||:||A Big Day for Baseball (Magic Tree House #56)|
|Number of Pages||:||88 pages|
January 19, 2018
I have always enjoyed the Magic Tree House series - for the ease and simplicity with which they expose kids to historical events, cultures, personalities, discoveries and even a simple life lesson to draw from... this book attempts the same but the adventure is too simplistic and the usual charm...
November 03, 2017
What a delightful and clever book! The author expertly brings in the major events and issues, but doesn't allow them to take over the book. Instead, she provides an age-appropriate story with characters, plot, suspense, and a climax. Very engaging and seems to be historically accurate.
February 09, 2018
Normally I’d rate Magic Treehouse books a 2 or a 3 for what they are. But this one is about baseball and my daughter read it to me! So I’m going with a 5!
September 18, 2017
August 11, 2017
It's always fun to go time traveling with siblings Jack and Annie, especially since their adventures allow them and readers to learn a little bit about an important time or place in history. In this case, they receive special ball caps from Morgan the librarian and head to Brooklyn, New York in 1...
November 04, 2017
Osborne, Mary Pope Magic Tree House: A Big Day for Baseball, 75 pgs. CHAPTER BOOK Random House, 2017 $13.99 Content: G.
Jack and Annie are nervous about baseball tryouts, so when they go on an adventure in the magic tree house they find themselves in the year 1947. They are batboys during a game...
November 09, 2017
Jack and Annie are back at it. By no means are either of them baseball phenoms. This time they try to solve the mystery of a baseball game. They get into a bit of trouble (like usual) and with the help of their new friends Otis and Olive.
Design a picture of the baseball stadium. What’s at the ba...
October 16, 2017
This is your typical Magic Tree House book. Jack and Annie go back in time to another place, learn a lesson, and return home. We read this out loud with my younger two children. They still enjoy the adventures of Jack and Annie, but they struggled to get into this one for some reason.
Also, as a f...
October 04, 2017
Jack and Annie climb in their magic time machine tree house and visit a pivotal moment in sports history. Mr. Morgan sends Jack and Annie on this special trip and it's they're job to figure out what's so important about this baseball game. Once they've traveled in time, Jack and Annie get to be "...
October 10, 2017
Jack and Annie magically travel via the treehouse to visit a very historic day on April 15, 1947. On this day in Ebbet's Field in Brooklyn, New York, Jack and Annie are batboys when Jackie Robinson made history. He was the first black player in Major League Baseball.
Even though Jackie Robinson w...