Mike Lupica

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  • Chidhood

    His Childhood was terrible because his parent always yelled at him day after day. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Mike_lupica's_childhood#ixzz1cTieoCO8
  • travle team

    travle team
    Twelve-year-oldTwelve-year-old Danny Walker may be the smallest kid on the basketball court--but don't tDanny had known his whole life how small he was compared to everybody in his grade, from the first grade on.ell him that.
  • Heat

    This book review was originally published on my blog, Jen Robinson's Book Page, on February 15, 2007.
  • Summer ball

    Summer ball
    this book summer ball was publisA lot has changed for Danny Walker in the past year. He is now 13, a travel team champion, and his parents are back together. hed may 14, 2007
  • Batboy

    It is every baseball kid's dream summer job: batboy for your hometown Major League team. Yet for fourteen year-old Brian, the job means more than just the chance to hang around his idols. Baseball was the job his father loved so much, in the end he couldn't leave it. Yet he could leave his family.
  • Million Dollar Throw

    Million Dollar Throw
    This was always the best of it for Nate Brodie, when he felt the slap of the ball in his hands and began to back away from the center, when he felt as if he could see the whole field, and football made perfect sense to him. Read a review of this book Image source
  • Student