Windsor, CO, November 17, 2012 --(PR.com)-- “Some young athletes don’t take their studies seriously,” says Stohlgren. “Many athletes don’t have a Plan B. It’s hard for them to realize that they have better odds at becoming great teachers, business leaders, doctors, or scientists, than they do becoming professional athletes.”
The author takes us through a much-anticipated Draft Day, with the nervous, fun-loving, perpetually smiling Max Redding. The only way Max can stay calm is by typing old Little League stories into his laptop computer, and playing a game or two of Wiffle Ball with his friends. Max has to dig deep to find his true character and his Plan B. The “Young Reader” book is a Must for young athletes in any sport, but it also will be enjoyed by their parents and coaches.
When David Mullany, President of The Wiffle Ball, Inc., read an advanced copy of the book, he raved: "Draft Choice is a good story, with great lessons for kids. Stohlgren hits all the bases! Sportsmanship, manners, tolerance, perseverance, loyalty… just to name a few."
Tom Stohlgren has written 4 novels and 5 screenplays. He is a scientist and professor by day. He lives in Winsdor, Colorado with his wife, and he still plays Wiffle Ball. For more information about Draft Choice, please visit www.Amazon.com, contact the author at 970-217-4498, or visit www.TomStohlgren.com.
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