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The boy who saved baseball,
A Kid's Review
This review is from: The Boy Who Saved Baseball (Hardcover)
This excellent novel is realistic fiction with lots of celebration of baseball within by John H. Ritter and published by scholastic book.
In dilltown lies a baseball fanatic. He goes by Dante de la Gato he is the best Ritter of all time because he new the secret of hitting. In this story Tom Gallager and Cue de la Cruze are on the hawks and they play the all star team and if they lose they lose there home field where Dante de la Gato played. So since de la Gato doesn't want this this monument to leave. So coaches the hawks!De la Gato tries to teach the secret of hitting in just the time of four days. So the day has came and it is gamey...
In this story John Ritter try to tell us that most of the time what you want is what you get. He makes it very exciting and is awesome. This book is for mostly boys and a few girls.
John H. Ritter's latest novel will grab you right out of your seat so look for the curve ball.