Smarty Marty Steps Up Her Game by Amy GutierrezSmarty Marty Steps Up Her Game by Amy Gutierrez

Smarty Marty Steps Up Her Game

byAmy GutierrezIllustratorAriana Killoran

Hardcover | April 14, 2017

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Smarty Marty, and her little brother Mikey, are back in the first in a series of illustrated chapter books, about a girl who loves baseball, written by San Francisco Giants in-game reporter Amy Gutierrez. Smarty Marty is the official scorekeeper for her little brother's Little League team. But when the game announcer fails to show up for the first game, Marty is called to announce the game, inspiring her dream not only to score but to announce. But not everyone is happy about a girl getting to announce a baseball game. Smarty Marty, and her little brother Mikey, are back in the first in a series of illustrated chapter books, about a girl who loves baseball, written by San Francisco Giants in-game reporter Amy Gutierrez. Smarty Marty is the official scorekeeper for her little brother's Little League team. But when the game announcer fails to show up for the first game, Marty is called to announce the game, inspiring her dream not only to score but to announce. But not everyone is happy about a girl getting to announce a baseball game.
Amy Gutierrez is the San Francisco Giants in-game reporter for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. She also contributes to G-Mag, Giants Pregame Live, Giants Postgame Live, and SportsNet Central. Raised in Petaluma, California, Gutierrez spent her childhood watching or playing sports. She learned to score baseball from her mom, to play basebal...
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Title:Smarty Marty Steps Up Her GameFormat:HardcoverDimensions:144 pages, 6.88 × 8.48 × 0.72 inPublished:April 14, 2017Publisher:Cameron + CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1944903089

ISBN - 13:9781944903084

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Editorial Reviews

. . . the real topic here is what girls (or women) who want to be involved in a field usually reserved for boys (or men) will have to endure . . . the empowerment message comes through loud and clear." - Kirkus Reviews"What I appreciate about this book is the strong and supportive relationship Marty has with her friends and her mother (they even have their own signs!) and the way the book tackles emotion. Marty navigates a range of strong emotions and it's great for young readers to witness a positive role model handle everything from fear and anger to doubt, anxiety, and insecurity." - Erika Crowl - Children's writer"