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Jack and Larry: Jack Graney and Larry, the Cleveland Baseball Dog Paperback – January 14, 2012
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. . . the book and its two heroes remind us of how persistence and determination sometimes trump sheer ability and talent. -- Reading Today Online
Those who pick this book up . . . will be rewarded with a quirky, unconventional look at baseball history. -- Booklist Online
The best part is that it tells an unknown piece of baseball history in a very unique way . . . . I highly recommend this one. -- McLiterature
Gregorich pulls readers in, those who are fans of the game and those who aren't. The reader is able to form an emotional connection with both Jack and Larry, experiencing the ups and downs of the world of major league baseball as Jack faces disappointment, joy, and heartache. -- Tennessee Council of Teachers of English
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Top Customer Reviews
I loved Jack's introduction to Larry: "The unexpected jumps at Jack, then zooms away. The four-footed black and white bullet races across the outfield, scatters dust through the infield, bumps into the backstop, and stands there panting. I laughed when I imagined myself being with Jack as we watched Larry "hurl himself against sweaty shoes and socks in ecstasy."
My favorite chapter was 'Frenzy.' I have felt just like Larry--particularly recently. It is comforting and perhaps humbling to know one has so much in common with a dog. My second favorite was 'Taking Care of Business.' I hope I am as well liked and resourceful as this bull terrier. I will often think about Larry teaching his team to trash talk in 'Dog Gone.' Consequently, the next time I read Ginsberg's 'Howl,' I will do so with an entirely new perspective. Being from Chicago, I even got the joke in the chapter "Goat' and the irony of 'Say it Ain't So.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a kids' book, probably not suitable for most adults. Detailed sources would have been a big plus.Published 22 months ago by boh kinczyk
It's not even written like a book. It looks like the stretched out words on the pages o make the book longer.Published on September 5, 2013 by Tracie
This was an interesting, well written story. I had never heard about Jack or Larry before.
If you love baseball, you will love this.