Biggie by Derek E. Sullivan

Biggie

byDerek E. Sullivan

Hardcover | March 1, 2015

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Henry "Biggie" Abbott is the son of one of his hometown's most famous athletes. His father was a baseball legend and his step-dad is a close second. At an obese 300+ pounds though, Biggie himself prefers classroom success to sports. As a perfectionist, he doesn't understand why someone would be happy getting two hits in five trips to the plate. "Forty percent, that's an F in any class," he would say. As Biggie's junior year begins, the girl of his dreams, Annabelle Rivers, starts to flirt with him. Hundreds of people have told him to follow in his dad's footsteps and play ball, but Annabelle might be the one to actually convince him to try.

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Derek E. Sullivan is an award-winning reporter. He has written more than 1,000 stories about the lives of teenagers, which he attributes to helping him find his YA voice. He has an MFA from Hamline University and lives in Minnesota with his wife and three sons. This is his first novel.
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Title:BiggieFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.89 inPublished:March 1, 2015Publisher:Albert Whitman & CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:080750727X

ISBN - 13:9780807507278

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"Biggie's story will resonate with all those students who feel invisible and alone. A bighearted story that will have readers rooting for Henry 'Biggie' Abbott." Kirkus Reviews, January 15, 2015