Fiction - Sports

Crossing the Ice

Ice Series Book 1
By Jennifer Comeaux

In a great first book of the planned Ice Series Trilogy by author Jennifer Comeaux, Crossing the Ice will appeal to many young adult readers who love a sweet romance. Follow the story of pair skaters Courtney and Mark as they are working to their...

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Joy Joy Baseball

By Michael Verrett

I thought Michael Verrett’s book Joy! Joy! Baseball was pretty cute and a very easy read. This book is made up of 36 cartoons that are all about baseball. All the drawings were done by Verrett and are his own creation. The majority of the cartoons...

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Kilimanjaro Diaries

Or, How I Spent a Week Dreaming of Toilets, Drinking Crappy Water, and Making Bad Jokes While Having the Time of My Life
By Eva Melusine Thieme

Kilimanjaro Diaries by Eva Melusine Thieme is about climbing the highest mountain on an entire continent and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. The preparations for this trip, starting with an internet survey, began well in advance, including practicing with climbing boots for the...

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Killing the Curse

By Dennis Hetzel

OK, full disclosure here. I am not a Cubs fan. And I mean, really not a Cubs fan. So when I picked up Killing the Curse by Dennis Hetzel, I wasn’t sure if I would like it, just because it follows the team through the...

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Cauliflower Heart

A Romantic Wrestler
By Diana Hart

Cauliflower Heart: A Romantic Wrestler by Diana Hart, named after an acquired deformity or hardening of the ear affecting the fighters, reflects on the trials and tribulations of living in the wrestling milieu. Through the story of Claudine Bellamy, who grew up in the wrestling...

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The Lost Tribe

By Matthew Caldwell

The Lost Tribe is a historical sports novel written by Matthew Caldwell. It's 1939, and Harry Pike is working as a sports editor for the New York Daily Benchmark. He's enjoyed a close relationship with the publisher, Horace Greenacre, and is saddened but not surprised...

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On the Edge

A Novel
By T.S. Krupa

In On the Edge by T.S. Krupa, Andy Parker has one mission in life: take care of her fifteen-year-old daughter and help her achieve the best in the world. Hayden Grace is an amazing kid who has a raging passion for snowboarding. Andy tries to...

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Jump, Jive, and Wail

By Kathryn R. Biel

Jump, Jive, and Wail by Kathryn R. Biel is the story of two lovers, Kaitlin Reynolds and Declan McLoughlin. Kaitlin is slowly putting together the pieces of her life after a injury ended her skiing career and ruined her dream of competing in the Olympics....

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Baseball Girl

A Novel
By Stephanie L Verni

Baseball Girl: A Novel is a contemporary sports fiction novel written by Stephanie L. Verni. Francesca's young world revolved around her dad and the baseball games they watched together, both in the stadium and at home. They loved the Bay City Blackbirds, and Francesca knew...

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Over The Monster

By Douglas Folsom

Over the Monster is an inspirational baseball novel written by Douglas Folsom. Harding Ambler's nine-year-old world revolved around his author dad, artist mom, big brother, Charles, and baseball. He was already a promising player in the local Little League in Woodstock, Vermont, but unlike most...

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