Bestselling author Mike Lupica signs his latest Sweet Spot (Ages 10-14) sports novel, No Slam Dunk.
STUFF YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- Due to a resticted signing time, Mr. Lupica will only be personalizing and signing the featured title on your first pass through the signing line. If you have other books of his you’d like to have signed, you are welcome to bring up to two and go through the line again, if time allows.
- Preordered and shipped copies will be signed but not personalized. Only books signed for customers in-person will be personalized.
- As per usual, signing line numbers will start being handed out on the day the event is announced, with attendees lining up for the signing in groups of ten. Line numbers are given out with the purchase of one of the featured titles. If you preorder a book, we'll pull a number for you the day you order and pay for it.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
MIKE LUPICA (www.MikeLupicaBooks.com) is the #1 bestselling author of many popular books for young readers, including Fantasy League, Travel Team, Heat, and Million-Dollar Throw. He has carved out a niche as the sporting world's finest storyteller. Mike lives in Connecticut with his wife and their four children. When not writing novels, Mike Lupica writes for New York's Daily News and is a special correspondent for MSNBC. Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeLupica.
A fast-paced, heartfelt story for basketball fans that proves being a good teammate remains the most important quality in basketball—and in life, from New York Times bestselling author Mike Lupica.
Wes’ father always told him that there was only one ball in basketball. That you had to know when to take it yourself and when to give it up, that finding the right balance was key. So at every practice and game, Wes tries his best to be a good basketball player and, above all, a good teammate.
As the season kicks off, Wes finds that not everyone on his team has the same idea. All-star player and the Hawks’ point guard, Danilo “Dinero” Rey seems determined to hold the spotlight and the ball, even if it means costing his team the game. If Wes is to lead the Hawks to the playoffs, he’ll need to find new ways to dish out an assist—even if it means his most important one comes off the court.
In No Slam Dunk, #1 New York Times bestseller Mike Lupica demonstrates once again that there is no children’s sports novelist today who can match his ability to weave a story of vivid sports action and heartfelt emotion. A touching story about teamwork and family, of selfishness and generosity, No Slam Dunk shows that even in the face of adversity, giving your best is the surest way to victory.