When Gary's father is too busy to play, a scary moment at the baseball field brings his dad rushing to the park to rescue him. But instead the two discover that making time for each other is the most important thing in a father and son relationship.
Born in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1972, Ryan J. Cunningham discovered his passion for writing poetry and children’s stories at an early age. Throughout his high school and college years, he took writing courses to enhance his writing abilities. Ryan became a member of the SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.) He published two inspirational books of poems titled “Angels Near and Far” and “Hearts, Hopes, and Halos.” His poetry and stories have been published in anthologies and magazines. Ryan presently resides in Coos Bay, Oregon where he spends his time hiking the trails, spending quality time with family, and working on his personal web site, (http://imagination-inspiration.webs.com) to share his poems and stories with the world.
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“What are your plans for today, Son?” asked Dad, putting on his coat and hat.
“Today’s the annual father and son baseball game.” Gary brightened. “Don’t you remember?”
His father abruptly stopped in his tracks and turned to look at Gary with an apologetic expression on his face.
“I’m sorry, I can’t be there. I’ve got too much work to do at the office. I’ll make it up to you, I promise.”
“Sure. That’ll be fine,” said Gary, trying not to sound too disappointed.
(This sounds like a great book for kids.)