Game-Day Youth: Learning Basketball's Lingo

Millions watch basketball games at gyms, arenas, or on TV. Others listen to games on the radio. Youths play the game in gyms and schoolyards, getting great exercise, working on their skills, and attending practices to learn more about a fantastic and fun team sport.

Whether you signed up for the basketball team, watch a brother or sister play, or want to learn more, this book is for you. More

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About Suzy Beamer Bohnert

Suzy Beamer Bohnert launched her writing career with a job as a newspaper sports editor. During that job, she interviewed numerous coaches, athletes, and fans about sports, putting complicated games into simple words. She has written seven books, including "Game-Day Youth: Learning Football's Lingo"; "Game-Day Goddess: Learning Baseball's Lingo"; "Game-Day Goddess: Learning Basketball's Lingo"; "Game-Day Goddess: Learning Football's Lingo"; "Game-Day Youth: Learning Baseball's Lingo"; "Game-Day Youth: Learning Basketball's Lingo"; and the fiction children's book, "Binkie Learns to Fly."

An author of many acclaimed books for readers, her award-winners include "Game-Day Youth: Learning Baseball's Lingo," a Mom's Choice Award-winner for "Most Outstanding Nonfiction Children's Book"; "Game-Day Youth: Learning Basketball's Lingo," named Best Books for Teen Boys by the New Hampshire Library Media Association; "Game-Day Youth: Learning Football's Lingo," received the Honorable Mention Award for nonfiction in the Readers' Favorite International Book Awards; and the "Game-Day Goddess Sports Series, 3-Volume Set," selected as Best Books for College Students by StudentAdvisor.com, a "Washington Post" Co. "Game-Day Goddess: Learning Baseball's Lingo," "Game-Day Youth: Learning Basketball's Lingo," "Game-Day Youth: Learning Baseball's Lingo," and "Game-Day Youth: Learning Football's Lingo" were winners of the Readers' Favorite Five-Star Award.

The winner of nineteen national awards for writing excellence, including the Hermes Creative, Ragan Communications, and MarCom Awards, she lives in Arlington, Virginia, with her husband, Randall, and son and daughter, where she helps coach her kids' basketball, softball, and soccer teams.

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