Chase Manning Mystery #2
Chase For Home (Not Currently Available)
Riding high in the Spring of his 5th grade year, Chase Manning joins the Apple Valley baseball team, and his clutch hitting leads the squad to within two victories of the school’s first ever league championship. Confidence is high - until Chase’s lucky batting glove turns up missing the day of the semifinal game. Unsure whether the theft represents an attempt to derail the baseball team as a whole or a personal attack against him, Chase must track down the culprit and find the glove before the team boards the bus at three o’clock. Surprising and suspense-filled plot twists fill the pages of this single-day, real-time mystery thriller.
What Readers Are Saying
- "Reifman combines nail-biting suspense with great detail to create an amazing plot."-Kirun Cheung
- "I couldn't put the book down. I really admire how Chase stands up for himself." -Sara Cooper
- "A perfect book for both boys and girls of all ages." -Jenny Kean
- "This book made me think hard." -Ace McAfee
Availability of Chase For HomeSteve self-published Chase Against Time in 2009 and Chase For Home in 2010, and both books have been available for sale on stevereifman.com since that time. Now that Brown Books has taken over as publisher of the Chase Manning Mystery Series, the new and improved version of Chase Against Time is due out March 15th and the book is currently available for pre-sale on this site. Chase For Home is not currently available for purchase due to the fact that Brown is focusing exclusively on Chase Against Time. If all goes according to plan, a new and improved of Chase For Home will be released in the near future.
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Teaching Kids How to Get "Unstuck" While Writing (Teaching Tip #106)In this Teaching Tip I provide a link to a short YouTube video I created. The video features two effective strategies that help children become “unstuck” while they are writing. The first of these strategies is a familiar one, while the second is less well-known and a bit more novel. Try these ideas in class with your students or at home with your children.
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