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6 edition of Under the baseball moon found in the catalog.

Under the baseball moon

by John H. Ritter

  • 292 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Philomel Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Softball -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Trumpet -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Musicians -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Interpersonal relations -- Juvenile fiction,
  • California -- Juvenile fiction

  • About the Edition

    Andy and Glory, two fifteen-year-olds from Ocean Beach, California, pursue their respective dreams of becoming a famous musician and a professional softball player.

    Edition Notes

    StatementJohn H. Ritter.
    GenreJuvenile fiction
    The Physical Object
    Pagination283 p.
    Number of Pages283
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23275166M
    ISBN 100399236236
    LC Control Number2005027183
    OCLC/WorldCa62090719

    Under the Baseball Moon dances to a hip hop beachtown beat; Over the Wall wise-cracks with a California kid’s take on New York; The Boy Who Saved Baseballdraws on both Spanish and English to make up zingy new expressions, and Choosing Up Sides savors the naivete of the historic Appalachian dialect of south-ern Ohio.   RITTER, John H. Under the baseball moon. Penguin, Philomel. p. map. c $ JS Andy Ramos, a skateboarding trumpeter, dreams of creating a new kind of music that fuses Latin jazz, rock, and hip-hop and making it big in the music world with his band mates Tran and Lil Lobo.

    Get this from a library! Under the baseball moon. [John H Ritter; Dan Woren; Listening Library.] -- Andy Ramos, a free-style skateboarding trumpeter, has dreams of making it big in the music business. Born into a family of musicians, Andy wants to take his unique fusion of Latin jazz, rock, and. Crystal Hubbard is a sports buff and full-time writer who was lucky enough to meet Arthur Ashe as a young girl. Her Lee & Low titles The Last Black King of the Kentucky Derby and Catching the Moon: The Story of A Young Girl's Baseball Dreams have been recognized with several d lives in St. Louis, Missouri with her family.

      More than five years ago, I reviewed The Boy Who Saved Baseball by this author, who is totally not the actor from Three's that review, I said that I planned to read more of his books in the near future. I was true to my word, but only to the extent that I have had this book and another by the same author on my shelf all these years/5(51). 1 Oxford level 1 2 5/19=65 minutes 3 sun,earth, die, moon, colony, people,Earth Commander 4 a) The earth is dying because the sun is burning down on the earth with white fire. A young man watches numbers on computer screen. The mumbers tell an important thing. b) This story is sad for me because the planet earth, animals, trees and people die. 5 I can't understand the meaning of mumbers/5(24).


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Under the baseball moon by John H. Ritter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Under The Baseball Moon is about a guy named Andy Ramos, a very good trumpet player. He lives in O.B. He had a friend named Glory that moved away and he discovers out that she moved back. He also discovers that his in love with her/5. Under the Baseball Moon has got to be one of the most unusual stories I've read in a while.

The content involving a trumpet player and softball player, the music, the language and storytelling are all unusual and inspired. Although the Crossroads references are something I'm familiar with, not much else was/5(11).

Under the Baseball Moon has got to be one of the most unusual stories I've read in a while. The content involving a trumpet player and softball player, the music, the language and storytelling are all unusual and inspired. Although the Crossroads Cited by: 1. About the Author While John H.

Ritter is well known for his imaginative baseball novels for young readers, Under the Baseball Moon expresses his other love: music.

John’s first novel, Choosing Up Sides, won the IRA Children’s Book Award and /5(11). Children's Book Review: Under the Baseball Moon by John H. Ritter, Author. Philomel $ (p) ISBN Under the Baseball Moon John H. Ritter, Author. Under the Baseball Moon - John H. Ritter - Google Books 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 /5(4). Publisher Description Andy Ramos, a free-style skateboarding trumpeter, has dreams Under the baseball moon book 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.3/5.

Under the Baseball Moon TEACHER'S GUIDE AND LESSON PLANS. Contributed by Susan Vreeland, Author, Educator, and Historian. (Best-selling author of six novels including Girl in Hyacinth Blue and Clara and Mr.

Tiffany, Ms. Vreeland was also a well-loved high school English teacher for many years.). LITERARY QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION. Ritter, John H. Under the Baseball Moon. Philomel Books, Plot Summary: Andy Ramos is a skateboarder who lives in Ocean Beach, CA near San Diego.

He is also a talented jazz, rock, hip-hop, and latin trumpet player with aspirations of becoming famous and as talented as his Grandpa Ramos. When my first novel, Choosing Up Sides, was published sixteen years ago today, I stood silent as to the real reason I had written the book. On the surface, Choosing Up Sides, set in Southern Ohio, was the story of a left-handed boy who is forced to go through life.

Together, the two will do amazing things, under the "baseball moon". John Ritter weaves his usual magic and creates an even better novel--a little more literarily complex, just as magical, and even funnier than his earlier works. Recommended for ages 11 to (Please see the latest issue of VOYA for even more details.)/5.

Book Wizard; Under the Baseball Moon. By John H. Ritter. Grades. Genre. Fiction. When fifteen-year-old Andy Ramos meets up again with Glory, the neighbor he used to find embarrassing, the two friends realize that they are inexplicably linked - Glory, a softball player, pitches better when Andy plays his trumpet for her, and Andy perfor.

In a further bid to battle overwhelming personal despair, Ritter chose a somewhat autobiographical skateboarder from a musical family as the focus of his fourth novel, Under the Baseball Moon, to examine the true definition of happiness and success for an artist in the midst of a Faustian bargain: professional good fortune paid for by an overwhelming loss of spirit and joy.

Andy A skateboarding Trumpeter who loves to be active and have fun. He has a great personality and is nice to anybody who is nice to him. He has great relations with all of his friends and family members. Is very curious and is somewhat clumsy as he used to get in trouble in. Lesson plans for Under the Baseball Moon contributed by author and educator, Susan Vreeland.

One of Booklist’s "Top 10 Sports Books for Youth" "Some people play music by ear, but, me, I'd rather use my eyes. What I mean is, I'd skate along easy, cool, watching the street scene roll by. Under the Baseball Moon by John H. Ritter. 5 Total Resources View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Audio Excerpt from Under the Baseball Moon; Grade; ; Genre; Realistic Fiction; Explore Related Books by.

The Crossover. by Kwame Alexander. 47 Resources11 Awards. Rescue & Jessica. by Jessica Kensky, Patrick Downes, and Scott. Get this from a library.

Under the baseball moon. [John H Ritter] -- Andy and Glory, two fifteen-year-olds from Ocean Beach, California, pursue their respective dreams of becoming a famous musician and a professional softball player.

UNDER THE BASEBALL MOON by John H. Ritter ‧ RELEASE DATE: May 1, Andres Ramos has an incredible musical talent that takes the best of jazz, rock, salsa and hip-hop and fuses it into something that is unique and pure. He has huge dreams of being a star, but mostly he wants to be remembered for making a lasting contribution to music.

The Blue Moon; Under the Moon, Book 5 By: David Neth Narrated by: Nathan Weiland Length: 7 hrs and 56 mins Unabridged Overall out of 5 stars 17 Performance. Question: What characters in Under the Baseball Moon do you most identify with. And are there any in your other books.

John: Andy, the main character in Baseball Moon, is fairly autobiographical. I wrote tons of songs and dreamed of making it big in the rock world from age 15 to.

The largest collection of literature study guides, lesson plans & educational resources for students & teachers.Under the Baseball Moon Part I Ahoy, you crazy dreamers!

Welcome to the water's edge of North America. Bienvenidos, amigos, to the sandy edge of San Diego, where many years ago, wagon wheels of the Spanish Fathers cut across a Kumeyaay Indian migration trail and changed this land forever. The exposition for Under the Baseball Moon is a guy named Andy Ramos has a huge goal to play his new style of music all over the world.

Hes been distracted fro m his goal since an old Friend named Glory Martinez moved back to their neighborhood.