Under the Baseball Moon
Under The Baseball Moon
Under the Baseball Moon
John Ritter
Andy Ramos, a free-style skateboarding trumpeter, has dreams as big as a baseball moon. Born into a family of musicians, Andy wants to take his unique fusion of Latin jazz, rock, and hip-hop straight to the top. But when he crosses paths with Glory Martinez, a softball pitcher who has Olympian dreams of her own, the mysterious fusion of their athletic and musical skills changes everything. Or is that due to the elegant, but eerie man in black?

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Genre: 

  • Fiction
  • Sports

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Under The Baseball Moon by John H. Ritter is a book about a teenage boy named Andy. Andy has dreams of using his unique style of trumpet playing to become famous. Things become complicated when Andy crosses path with his childhood friend, Glory Martinez. Glory has a dream of her own of becoming an Olympic softball pitcher. Things are further complicated when Andy meets a mysterious man in black who offers Andy fame in fortune for free. But what's the cost of free?

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