A Big Day for Baseball (Magic Tree House (R) #29) (CD-Audio)
Meet Jackie Robinson and solve a mystery in the #1 bestselling Magic Tree House chapter book series!
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.
Magic Tree House books, with fiction and nonfiction titles, are perfect for parents and teachers using the Core Curriculum. With a blend of magic, adventure, history, science, danger, and cuteness, the topics range from kid pleasers (pirates, the Titanic, pandas) to curriculum perfect (rain forest, American Revolution, Abraham Lincoln) to seasonal shoo-ins (Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving). There is truly something for everyone here!
Have more fun with Jack and Annie on the Magic Tree House website at MagicTreeHouse.com!
About the Author
Mary Pope Osborne is the author of the New York Times number one bestselling Magic Tree House series as well as co-author of the Magic Tree House Fact Tracker series, along with her husband, Will, and her sister, Natalie Pope Boyce. For more information, visit the Magic Tree House® website at MagicTreeHouse.com!
"A Big Day For Baseball is a grand slam. . . The Magic Tree House series continues with Mary Pope Osborne’s latest book, A Big Day for Baseball. Jack and Annie’s time travel adventures take them back to Jackie Robinson’s time in the majors. A Big Day for Baseball has a number of twists and turns that will keep readers on their toes as the story unfolds." --Sports Illustrated Kids