Ballpark Eats by Katrina Jorgensen
I like that this book has a wide range of information: facts about the parks, the foods, and baseball in general. I found the assortment of recipes a little odd. Some are fully from scratch (pickles, poutine, steak sandwiches) while others were combinations of convenience foods easily assembled by kids with little assistance (sweet sushi, Boston cream pies). Like most kids' cookbooks, it's hard to imagine the average reader cooking much if anything from this book. But, the appeal factor is high and the facts make this a book that can be perused and explored often.