The Hometown All Stars children’s book series was created to teach kids about baseball through bedtime reading to get kids playing outside again. #MoreGreenLessScreen

  • Kevin is right on the mark! More green and less screen. Kids and parents need this! Get out of the house, play ball and read a book together at bed time! His desire to teach Honor-Respect and Community shines through on this first book. I can’t wait to see the rest of the series   

    Leon Gast Director, Producer, Academy Award Winner; When We Were Kings
  • Children are made readers on the laps of their parents, the “Hometown All Stars” series has created an opportunity for parents and their children to read together    

    Elohim Pacheco Kindergarten Teacher
  • Kevin Christofora cares about kids and baseball like few others. His Hometown All Stars series reveal splendid character studies and moral purpose ... and the essence of fun and teamwork  

    Dave Kaplan Director, Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center
  • I really enjoyed this book. My 6 year old girl is learning to read. She really likes this book and I enjoy watching her read and learn about baseball at the same time. I highly recommend this book. 5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT book

    Mike
  • Oh this is a GREAT book for all children starting baseball! The pictures are wonderful, and I love how it has boys and girls! It really walks the kids thru each step from signups...to getting their gear and shirts....to playing! Just a great story all around! 5 out of 5 stars

    Laura J Jacobson
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TGIT – Thank Goodness It’s T-Ball Day!

Thank Goodness It’s T-Ball Day! TGIT was inspired by the actual technique of the kids looking like a letter “T” to learn how to throw. Most parents relate to T.G.I.F.—now, kids can look forward to two days! You have to learn how to hit, run and throw before you can play a real game. TGIT, the third book in an ongoing series that teaches children sports skills using real coaching techniques!

“Whether a child is just dipping his or her toe into the baseball pool or is already a full-blown fan, the Hometown All Stars series, including this newest volume, is sure to delight. A home run for kids and adults alike.”

Kirkus Reviews 

Magic Bat Day

Magic Bat Day: is the first real practice after The Hometown All Stars get their uniforms. Batting is the most fun of all skills and drills! This book concept shows techniques of how to hold the bat and where to stand. Most importantly, it shows that every kid can find their own magic bat.

“Nick, the main character, has an enthusiasm that’s infectious; when he finds his “magic bat” and has success hitting, it’s hard to imagine a young reader not asking to go outside and try it himself. “

BlueInk Reviews 

Nick’s Very First Day of Baseball

Nick’s very first day, says it all. You can’t join a team without going through the motions of showing up, seeing your friends, and getting a uniform. Join the The Hometown All Stars on an “age appropriate” progression of learning the steps to play a game and be involved in the community.

“Kevin Christofora cares about kids and baseball like few others. His Hometown All Stars series reveal splendid character studies and moral purpose … and the essence of fun and teamwork”

Dave KaplanDirector, Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center 

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