Tampa Bay Rays, The
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Tampa Bay Rays, The

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  • ISBN
    978-1-59953-498-5

Look InsideExtra Innings Website A revised Team Spirit Baseball edition featuring the Tampa Bay Rays that chronicles the history and accomplishments of the team. The Team Spirit series paints an engaging, detailed yet accessible picture of professional sports teams. By focusing on the history, great victories and memorable personalities, the books have an enduring quality that will not go out of date quickly. The text is enhanced with plenty of full color photographs as well as reproductions of vintage trading cards and team memorabilia. Once you have the books, be sure to check out the new EXTRA INNINGS website to go along with the reading material! This site will be continuously updated with all new information on every baseball team the perfect source for up-to-date statistics and player information for young sports fans. Each website includes: Achievement Updates, More Go-To Guys, More Fun Facts, League Leaders, and more!

  • Lexile Level
    870L
  • Reading Level
    5.4
  • Reading Level Range
    5.0-5.9
  • Dewey Number
    796.3
  • Dewey Number Range
    700-799
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Series
    Team Spirit
  • Copyright
    2012
  • Fiction/Non-Fiction
    Non-Fiction
  • Grade Level
    3-6
  • Author
    Mark Stewart
  • Subject
    Baseball
The updated Team Spirit series by Norwood House Press covers both National and American League teams. The author has added an emphasis on content that will be appreciated by true fans of baseball including a chapter on historical debates surrounding the teams and a look at souvenirs and memorabilia. Readers are also able to explore the history and key players for each team through content that is rich with photographs and graphics. Each book in the series contains the exact same chapters. This feature would make this series a great set of books for introducing students to non-fiction text features. It would also support a class research project.

Arlington Independent School District, July 2012