We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Jason Fry! Jason writes to us about his weird hobby of making baseball cards for the Mets players that don’t have official baseball cards.
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Jason Fry is a writer, editor, baseball fan, Star Wars dork, and digital consultant based (inevitably) in Brooklyn, NY. He is the author of The Jupiter Pirates, a young adult space-fantasy series, and he has written more than thirty books and short stories set in the Star Wars galaxy. Besides fiction for adults and young readers, he writes essays and articles about technology, sports, online media, music, travel, history, and anything else that interests him. He also keeps an eye on the world of digital publishing, with a particular interest in sports and sportswriting.