We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Rachele Alpine! Rachele writes to us about her love of baseball, books, and especially hockey! And the importance of being yourself because there’s only one YOU!
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Rachele Alpine is a lover of sushi, busting a move on the dance floor, and Michael Jackson. By day she’s a high school English teacher, by night she’s a wife and mom, and she finds any time in between to write. Her words are almost always created with the companionship of the world’s cutest dog, Radley, a big cup of coffee, and a full bag of gummy peaches. She is the author of several books, her newest being You Throw Like A Girl about a girl who disguises herself as a boy in order to play baseball.