Meet Wilson, a new character introduced in the latest release of Elves Can't Dunk
Elves Can't Dunk by Robert Skead and A.C Green
Tells the story of Sebastian, a young basketball fan who decides to tryout for his favorite professional basketball team. Only there is a small problem - - Sebastian is an elf and ELVES CAN’T DUNK. To solve his dunking dilemma, Sebastian takes some of Santa’s special feed corn, the stuff that makes the reindeer fly, and heads for the tryout. This corn will give Sebastian more hang time than Michael Jordan on the moon! When Coach Frank Tanner finds out about the corn, he sets out on a mission to steal it from Santa Claus. Soon, its up to Sebastian and his friends to catch Coach Tanner and save Christmas!
About the Authors:
A.C. Green spent 16 seasons in the NBA, and won three championships with the Los Angeles Lakers (1987, 1988 and 2000). He played with Magic Johnson, Kobe, Shaq, Charles Barkley, Kareem Abdul Jabber, and against Michael Jordan, Kevin Garnett and Larry Bird. And he coached LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony in their rookie season during the NBA’s rookie vs. sophomore game. Known as the NBA’s Iron Man for playing in 1,192 straight games, A.C. was selected by NBA coaches to the league's all-defensive second team in 1988-89, and was voted by his fans as a starter for the 1990 NBA All-Star Game. Through the A.C. Green Youth Foundation, he helps kids across the nation build character and learn the principles of teamwork and sacrifice to become leaders in life. He is also the author of VICTORY, The Principles of Championship Living. Discover more at www.acgreen.com.
Robert Skead is the author of several popular children’s sports books, including Safe at Home-A Baseball Card Mystery and Elves Can’t Dunk. When he is not at work or crafting stories, Robert can often be found at schools speaking with children and adults about creative writing and the importance of discovering one’s talent for a fulfilled life. Through these author visits, Robert speaks to more than 5,000 students per year. Robert lives with his wife and children in New Jersey.