"I’ve learned it takes heart to come out a winner every time, whether you win or lose."
— Michael Jordan
Jonathan wants to win more than anything. But the Badgers haven’t seen much of that lately. For Jonathan, the only good thing about the baseball season is being on the same team as his best friend, Michael. Jonathan wants to believe in himself and his team, but it’s getting harder to do.
Then when Michael’s uncle Jack tells the boys about his golden rules of baseball, Jonathan is confused. What could Uncle Jack mean — there is more to a good game than winning or losing?
Deloris and Roslyn M. Jordan, mother and sister of basketball superstar Michael Jordan, tell a family story of personal best, friendship, and teamwork that will inspire. Kadir Nelson’s radiant illustrations illuminate this story of what it really means to be a champion.
- Juvenile Fiction / Social Themes / Values & Virtues
- Juvenile Fiction / Sports & Recreation / Baseball & Softball
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