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Mo'ne Davis has already accomplished everything else so she's going to write her memoir, now

Mo'ne Davis is going to write a memoir, now

When you were 13 years old you probably worried about homework and what video game you wanted for your birthday. Meanwhile, phenom pitcher Mo'ne Davis has thrown a shutout in the Little League World Series, appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, starred in a Spike Lee joint, appeared on the covers of Sports Illustrated and Teen Vogue and thrown out the first pitch at three MLB games (including Game 4 of the World Series).

Now that she's got all of that stuff out of the way, she's gonna settle down and write her memoir. Seriously.

Mo'ne Davis: Remember My Name is due out in March from HarperCollins Children's and will tell the tale of her rise to success this past summer and detail the spoils of her hard work and dedication at the Little League World Series.

"When I joined an all-boys baseball team, my mom wasn't too happy," Mo'ne said in a statement issued Monday through HarperCollins. "I proved to her (and to me) that I could do anything I set my mind to. I'm just a girl that likes to play sports, and I'm excited to share my story with everyone," she said. "I hope it encourages people to take a chance and play the sports they want to play and not just the ones people expect them to play."