Pirates at the Plate by Aaron Frisch

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There's no telling what a game of baseball might bring—but it's not every day that an afternoon at the ballyard includes ball-launching cannons and shovel-wielding base thieves! In Pirates at the Plate, a story conceived and illustrated by artist Mark Summers, with text by Aaron Frisch, a ballgame turns into a one-of-a-kind showdown between cowboys and pirates. With stars such as a slugging Blackbeard and a hard-throwing Wild Bill Hickok, the great summer pastime becomes a rowdy adventure.
 

About Aaron Frisch

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Aaron Frisch is an editor and author whose picture books-published by Creative Editions-have received an IPPY Award Gold Medal, a Spur Award, and a finalist nomination for the Minnesota Book Awards. Mark Summers has created artwork for numerous magazines, Barnes & Noble bookstores, and U.S. postage stamps. In 2000, he received the Society of Illustrators' coveted Hamilton King Award for best illustration of the year.
 
Published August 29, 2012 by Creative Editions. 32 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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With the “score knotted at 47 runs” each in the 22nd inning, Long John Silver uncorks a long fly to center: “The Cisco Kid’s gonna have to giddy-up if he wants to catch this ball!” Using scratchboard with oil glazes, Summers portrays melodramatically posed figures in lavishly detailed costuming.

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