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Jeremy's Song

by (author) David A. Poulsen

Key Porter Books
Initial publish date
Jul 2008
Baseball & Softball
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    Publish Date
    Jul 2008
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Brad Murray is a talented first baseman for the Lawrence Cowboys baseball team. At Lawrence, sports are the biggest thing going, and being a musician is the furthest thing from the minds of most students. Jeremy van Pelt is an exceptional violinist, and Brad finds himself liking the kid, despite the violin thing. As Brad gets to know Jeremy better, he learns what being a true champion means?on and off the baseball diamond.

About the author

David A. Poulsen has been a broadcaster, teacher, professional cowboy, football coach, stage and film actor and—most of all—writer. His writing career began in earnest when his story The Welcomin’ won the 1984 Alberta Culture Short Story Competition. Now the author of 27 books, many for middle readers and young adults, David spends 60 to 80 days a year in classrooms and libraries across Canada (and beyond) as a visiting author/presenter. The UBC Creative Writing alumnus and former Writer in Residence at the Saskatoon Public Library recently made his inaugural foray into the world of adult crime fiction with Serpents Rising, the best-selling first book in the Cullen and Cobb Mystery series. There are now four titles in the series and the fourth—None So Deadly—hit bookstores in the spring of 2019. The Man Called Teacher, coming in 2019, is his first adult western. David lives on a small ranch in Alberta’s foothills where he and his wife Barb raise and train running-bred quarter horses for barrel racing competitions.

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