T Man and the Game Tommy loves nothing than playing basketball Well nothing except WINNING at basketball When he s on the court he doesn t need to worry about being short he simply uses his quickness He doesn t need t

  • Title: T-Man and the Game
  • Author: C.J. Boerger
  • ISBN: 9781511523516
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tommy loves nothing than playing basketball Well, nothing except WINNING at basketball When he s on the court, he doesn t need to worry about being short he simply uses his quickness He doesn t need to worry about being quiet he simply takes care of business himself and gets things done But sometimes, those worries and fears get in the way of the winning TommyTommy loves nothing than playing basketball Well, nothing except WINNING at basketball When he s on the court, he doesn t need to worry about being short he simply uses his quickness He doesn t need to worry about being quiet he simply takes care of business himself and gets things done But sometimes, those worries and fears get in the way of the winning Tommy loves so much Will Tommy be able to take down his biggest opponent Will he let down his closest friends Join Tommy on his amazing adventure of basketball and life and see the lessons he learns.

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    1. Review:Tommy, aka “T-man”, loves basketball more than anything else in life. He is one of the best players on the Bulls, a fifth-grade basketball team fighting to make the playoffs. What Tommy does to help his team win and overcome some of his fears and worries about the game and other things as well is illustrated in this entertaining book by CJ Boerger aimed at readers in the same age group as Tommy.The story is mainly about basketball and there is plenty of action on the court as Tommy, h [...]

    2. A GoodReads GiveAwayTommy loves basketball as much as his buddy Willie loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Possibly, he loves the game more than Willie loves to eat.Tommy, the shortest boy in the 5th grade, enjoys playing ball despite his size and despite constant taunting from his nemesis, Mike Tarpley, the best player in the league.Along with feeling tormented by Mike’s taunts, Tommy feels concerned that his teammates will think he is a ball hog because of his reluctance to pass.Off th [...]

    3. I read this book in one sitting. I really enjoyed it, it reminded me of Like Mike mixed with Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I loved all of the characters and how different they were to each other. I loved how the basketball games were described and how Tommy worked out the methods to each game. I also really liked that you could connect to Tommy and his feelings. I also liked the character development to Tommy as well.

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