THE HOMETOWN ALL STARS in its most reduced form was created to teach baseball through bedtime reading, and to get kids playing outside again. THE HOMETOWN ALL STARS begin exactly where it needs too. "Nick s Very First Day of Baseball," says it all...You can t join a team without going through the motions of showing up, seeing your friends, and getting a uniform. The books then follow an age appropriate progression of learning the steps to play a game and be involved in the community. They are designed to be short- bed time reading books. You have to learn how to catch, hit and throw before you even think about playing a game. "Magic Bat Day" is the first real practice after they get their uniforms. Batting is the most fun of all skills and drills This book concept shows techniques of how to hold the bat and where to stand. Most importantly, it shows that every kid can find their own magic bat. All of the books end with interactive questions that are educational and fun. They are relative to the stages of the books and progressively graduate to new terminology with more advanced stages of the game. Besides the obvious physical activity, sports have other well-known benefits The All Stars will help build character and re-enforce important life lessons. The most important of all . is fun "
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