The Diamond Champs

The Diamond Champs

An aura of intrigue surrounds a baseball coach obsessed with the idea of turning a bunch of handpicked beginners into champions in one season.

Hope Diamond

The Legendary History of a Cursed Gem

Hope Diamond


Snowboard Champ

Snowboard Champ

When Matt Harper moves in with his uncle while his mother works for the government in a mysterious job overseas, he knows his life will change. But so long as he can hit the slopes with his snowboard, Matt figures he'll get along okay. But then he has a run-in with Riley, his new school's best snowboarder. Soon, rumors are being spread about Matt's past and challenges are being made. Will Matt be able to clear his name before Riley's campaign to ruin him snowballs out of control?

The Path of the Hawk

The Path of the Hawk

The hawk was Cole Hawkins' Indian totem, his naming clan. He always looked for them as he rode. Their presence brought him peace and the promise of prosperity. Cole's journey begins when he is a young man. His travels take him from the battlefields of Waterloo, to England, and then, ultimately, to the foreign plains of America. He begins his American adventure in New York but eventually finds his way to the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, following the course of the hawks that fly above. He meets many people over the course of his travels. The Native Americans seem welcoming and kind, but Cole is surprised to find whites suspicious and strange. Then again, people come in all sorts. Cole is forced to grow up fast. He makes friends, meets women, and seeks his fortune in a new land. He is a brave adventurer, searching for a future in early nineteenth century America. He is not alone. There are many others who travel the same path. Through it all, Cole never forgets his namesake hawks that watch his every step from the sky.

The Great Quarterback Switch

The Great Quarterback Switch

Can Michael and Tom read each other's minds? Michael and Tom Curtis are identical twins who share a love of football. Unfortunately, because of a tragic accident, Michael must watch from the sidelines as his brother calls the plays on the football field. During one game Michael concentrates very hard on a play he thinks could help the team, and Tom calls the exact play a split second later! Is it coincidence, or can the boys communicate through ESP? The boys try a daring experiment in which they push their telepathic powers to the limit ... and suddenly, impossibly, Michael is running the ball for a spectacular touchdown!

Miracle at the Plate

Miracle at the Plate

Skeeter is the best batter in the league but seems to be all thumbs when fielding or trying to make friends.

Perfect Game

Perfect Game

The Little League® World Series is within reach Two weeks of intense competition remain to decide the final teams for the Little League® World Series. This year, the anticipation is high as it's possible that both of the previous final two teams will return, a very rare occurrence. And those are the teams Carter and Liam now play for! These two players, one from each team, are thinking the same thought: How can I play against my best friend? Join Liam and Carter as they work their way to the Little League® World Series in this thrilling series.

Wild Pitch

Wild Pitch

Eddie doesn't like the idea of girls playing baseball in his league, but when one of his pitches injures a girl, he rethinks his attitudes.

Out at Second

Out at Second

Should Manny keep his promise-even if it puts his friend in danger? When the Grizzlies' first basemen is sidelined two days before the playoffs, catcher Manny Griffin and second baseman Stu Fletcher take it upon themselves to help his replacement become a better player. The three practice together and all is going well-until a wild throw hits Stu right in the head! Manny gives his word to keep quiet, but a few days later, Stu starts acting funny. Now Manny faces a difficult decision: should he break his promise and let Stu and the team down... or keep silent and hope that he's not putting Stu in danger? Matt Christopher is the name young readers turn to when they're looking for fast-paced, action packed sports novels.