Teams have their ups and downs, but there are always fans looking to get closer to the franchises and sports they love. At Mascot Books, we’re one of the few independent publishers that have embraced sports-related books as a major market, whether it’s a licensed children’s book, a biography of a professional athlete, or a historical look at the development of a sport. Our roster of sports authors includes professional athletes, current and former professional coaches, and passionate sports fans from every corner of the country. We have sport-savvy editors and ghostwriters who will help fact- check your manuscript and a passionate design team experienced with working within franchise guidelines to create a league-worthy book. Our marketing and distribution departments know that fans don’t just live in the home city and will bring creative strategies to get your book in front of fans regardless of where they live. We want to help you translate your passion for the game into a book every fan will love. Submit your book idea and we’ll work together to find your place with Team Mascot.
Marnie Schneider and Susan T. Spencer
It’s game day in Philadelphia, and Football Freddie and her dog, Fumble, are on the way to Lincoln Financial Field to cheer for the Eagles. But first, they’ll make a couple of stops at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and other historical locations to learn everything they can about the City of Brotherly Love.
Ann Lambert Good
Learn everything there is to know about the Washington Nationals! Learn about their founding in 2005, their yearly statistics, comparisons with the best in MLB history, background on D.C. baseball, and information on Nats players, managers, coaches, and the organization as a whole.
This illustrated biography covers one of Major League Baseball’s biggest names: Bryce Harper. From being drafted by the Nationals as a teenager, to being named MVP of the National League, this book tells the story of Harper’s career and engages kids’ love of reading.