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Trouble on the T-Ball Team

Press:Houghton Mifflin Clarion Books; LIBRARY BINDING edition (March 17, 1997)
ISBN:9780395660607
Author Name:Bunting, Eve/ Trivas, Irene (ILT)
Pages:32
Language:English

Content

When everyone on Linda's T-ball team starts "losing one" at the oddest times and places, Linda wonders when her big moment will come. 
This easy-reading mystery keeps readers guessing right up to the very end.

From Booklist

Ages 4^-7. 
Something "mysterious" is happening to the members of Linda's T-ball team.
They are losing things: "And I don't mean T-ball games." It has happened to Brody Broski and to Abby Pevas.
And it's happened to Karen Connor, D.
K.
Wood, and the Wu twins (who both lost one on the same day).
Some of the kids think it's great; others get upset when it happens, and mothers have been known to cry.
What in the world is going on? And why hasn't it happened to Linda yet? Graced by light, comical illustrations, a playful humor, a great backdrop, and a keen sense of a real child's world, this is destined to become a picture-book favorite.
Look out, Tooth Fairy--the prolific Bunting scores again.
Stephanie Zvirin

Review

"Graced by light, comical illustrations, a playful humor, a great backdrop, and a keen sense of a real child's world, this is destined to become a picture-book favorite. 
Look out, Tooth Fairy -- the prolific Bunting scores again." Booklist, ALA

About the Author

EVE BUNTING has writtenover two hundredbooks for children, including the Caldecott Medal-winning Smoky Night, illustrated by David Diaz, The Wall, Fly Away Home, and Train to Somewhere. 
She lives in Southern California.

Tags

Children's Books,Sports & Outdoors,Baseball

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Comment List (Total:1)

  •     We purchased this book for my 2.5 yo daughter 3 months ago. We read it on average 3 times per day. She loves it. She takes it to school with her. This is one of 6 or 7 kids baseball books where there is a positive female lead character. Now, the lead character, Linda, is my daughter's imaginary friend. She even takes the book with her to school for show and tell. No violence, no smoking, no name calling, no sexism, no negativity. Just good old t-ball fun.

 

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