5 edition of No place for baseball found in the catalog.
No place for baseball
Alex B. Allen
The whole neighborhood baseball team works together to pay for the window they broke during practice and to find a new place to play so the accident won"t happen again.
|Statement||[by] Alex B. Allen. Pictures by Kevin Royt.|
|Series||Springboard sports series|
|Contributions||Royt, Kevin, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A4217 No|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||72013346|
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Get this from a library. No place for baseball. [Alex B Allen; Kevin Royt] -- The whole neighborhood baseball team works together to pay for the window they broke during practice and to find a new place to play so the accident won't happen again.
"Of the recent books I have read about baseball, Joe Bonomo's book chronicling the career of Roger Angell, No Place I Would Rather Be, is one of the best, not only for Bonomo's considerable writing skills, but also for his compelling portrayal of Angell's erudition and unique focus on the 'lesser and sweeter moments' of the sport he loves."—Jill Brennan O'Brien, /5(4).
"Of the recent books I have read about baseball, Joe Bonomo's book chronicling the career of Roger Angell, No Place I Would Rather Be, is one of the best, not only for Bonomo's considerable writing skills, but also for his compelling portrayal of Angell's erudition and unique focus on the 'lesser and sweeter moments' of the sport he loves."—Jill Brennan O'Brien.
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