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Mom's Choice Awards - Distinguished Honoree
January 2010, "Hey Dad, Let's Have a Catch!" was "named among the best in family friendly media, products and services in the children's picture book, family life category" receiving the gold seal.

What people are saying, about
"Hey Dad, Let's Have a Catch"...

John Gambling, third generation radio host, read Hey Dad, Let's have a Catch! in its entirety to close his show on Friday, June 17, 2007 in honor of Father's Day.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY agreed to offer Hey Dad in its Museum Book Shop, June, 2007.

Dave Blezow of the NY Post penned a mention in the Father's Day 2007 edition of The Rumble entitled, Great Fatherís Day Catch!

Steve Malzberg of WOR radio in New York interviewed author Harold Theurer, Jr. on his program Thanksgiving Eve 2007.

Toni Senecal cited Hey Dad... as her "Top Book Pick" on her Toni On the Holidays 2007 program as seen on Fox Five NY.

North American Book Exchange names Hey Dad, Let's Have a Catch! as its 2007 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award winner in the Children's category.

Jim Kaat, former Major League Pitcher and Broadcaster/Analyst offers to contribute a comment for the back of the book. "The thwack of the ball hitting the glove, an unforgettable and memorable sound to a baseball fan, coupled with the conversation that takes place between the participants, particularly a dad and child, is an exercise everyone should experience to appreciate its true value."

BrooklynOne Theater of Brooklyn, NY included Hey Dad... in its 2007 Playwright Grows in Brooklyn one act festival. The author and his son delivered a staged reading during the four night event.

Kevin Kernan, sportswriter of the NY Post profiles Harold and Hey Dad in the June 8, 2008 edition of the NY. The title of the piece is Zen of the Catch!
www.nypost.com/seven/06082008/sports/zen_of_the_catch_114608.htm

John Vorperian, host of White Plains cable televisionís longest running show, Beyond the Game, interviews Harold in a twenty-seven minute segment which aired July, 2008.

Fatherís Day Weekend 2008 at the National Baseball Hall of Fame Ė Harold was invited to speak about what inspired him to write the Father and Son tale at the Bullpen Theater of Baseball's shrine. Below are some photos of the event.

The author and son, Harold in front of Baseball Hall of Fame Bookstore on Father's Day


Mom, Lynne also gets into the act



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