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RMA Publicity is excited to share that a book we help promote wil soon be showcased in the Minnesota Twins' Reading is Powerful Program.
On Fri., May 7, the Twins' mascot, T.C. Bear, and Chelsey Falzone from the Twins’ front office will be taping a reading of The Triple Play Twins by author David A. Kelly. The reading will take place in Bat N Barrell, the bar and event space overlooking right field in the Twins Stadium.
Soon after the reading, a recording will be highlighted on the Twins' website, and the team is planning to purchase some books.
The Triple Play Twins is the latest title in Random House’s Ballpark Mysteries series, which is for children ages 6 – 9. The book delivers a Minnesota baseball mystery with local connections and universal appeal. As main characters Kate and Mike try to discover who’s trying to derail the Twins’ chances of making the playoffs by causing trouble for the team’s star players, twin Twins Marco and Pedro, they come across everything from the St. Paul Saints pig mascot in a Prince outfit to Harmon Killebrew’s red stadium chair hanging above the log flume ride at the Mall of America, and a whole lot more.
About the Ballpark Mysteries series
Through the Ballpark Mysteries series, readers can travel by book to each MLB stadium to learn sports history, discover interesting baseball facts, and have an exciting sports adventure, regardless of when stadiums open again for fans. The books are a great way to keep baseball excitement alive. Before getting started on the 17th story in his Ballpark Mysteries series, author David A. Kelly spent time in the Twin Cities visiting all the sites mentioned in the book. He also did extensive research on the Twins.
Learn more about the series on the author's website: Davidakellybooks.com.