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Newbery Honor winner Joan Bauer hits a home run with her newest protagonist, who always sees the positive side of any situation.
Jeremiah is not one to let anything keep him down. Starting with his adoption by computer genius Walt, Jeremiah has looked on his life as a series of lucky breaks. When a weak heart keeps him from playing his beloved baseball, Jeremiah appoints himself the team coach. When Walt has to move for another new assignment, Jeremiah sees it as a great chance to explore a new town. But no sooner do they arrive than a doping scandel is revealed and the town feels betrayed and disgraced. Jeremiah takes it as his personal mission to restore the town's morale and help the teams bounce back and remember how to soar.Full of humor, heart, and baseball lore, Soar is Joan Bauer at her best.
About the Author
Joan Bauer is the author of thirteen books for young readers. She received a NewberyHonor Medal for Hope Was Hereand the L.A. Times Book Prize for Rules of the Road, while Almost Home has become a fan-favorite.The Christopher Award was given to both Hope was Here and Close to Famous, whichalso received the Schneider Family Book Award. Joan is the recipient of numerous state awards voted by readers. School Library Journal says, When it comes to creating strong, independent, and funnycharacters, Bauer is in a class by herself. Joan Bauer lives in Brooklyn, New York.Visit her at www.joanbauer.com."