The Boy from Left Field

The Boy from Left Field Read The Boy From Left Field Author Tom Henighan Xxlhuge.eu When Hawk S Baseball Coach Tells Him How Babe Ruth Hit His First Professional Home Run Nearby, The Question Arises What Happened To The Baseball Bullies, Baseball, And Kids Who Defy The Odds Hawk, A Poor, Half Native Boy Who Lives On The Street, Is Eager To Go Back To School, To Play Baseball, And To Please Both His Divorced Parents When Mr Rizzuto, His Baseball Coach, Tells Him How The Great Babe Ruth, Playing On Nearby Toronto Island In 1914, Hit His First Professional Home Run, The Question Arises What Happened To The Baseball Did It Land In The Waters Of Lake Ontario And Disintegrate Over Time Or Did Someone Fish It Out This Is The Story Of A Quest For A Lost Baseball Treasure, And Of A Boy Finding His Own Family Roots And A Place In The Big City A Lively Tale, It Shows How Kids Who Seem Powerless Can Work Together To Take On Some Of Life S Daunting Challenges As They Deal With Schoolroom Bullies And Street Gangs.

  • 3.2
  • 376
  • English
  • 18 May 2018
  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • 1459700600
  • The Boy from Left Field
  • Tom Henighan

10 thoughts on “The Boy from Left Field

  1. Sabrina says:

    This book was quite possible one of the worst children s lit books I have ever read If there s one thing I hate about some YA authors it s that they treat their readers as if they re stupid This was definitely one of those books The situation was not made to be believable, the adults in the story were depicted as idiots or completely negligent Instead of parenting, the main character s parents were a mixture of completely absent or lacking in the ability to guide and discipline What parent This book ...

  2. Casey Hudson says:

    This is a young adult tale like few you will ever read Hawk lives in a car with his mom and hasn t been to school for a while A gang in his neighborhood stole his only valued possession, and when he re enrolls in school he is bullied by a fellow classmate When his mom s car is vandalized by the local gang and subsequently towed away, Hawk starts to feel lost.All is not lost, though Hawk has a dedicated mentor and baseball coach who involves Hawk in a mysterious treasure hunt He also has clo This is a young adult tale like few you will ever read Hawk lives in a car with his mom and hasn t been to school for a while A gang in his neighborhood stole his only valued possession, and when he re enrolls in school he is bullied by a fe...

  3. Rebecca says:

    This book was so good I read it in two days.I got hooked by the third chapter This one story has many different plots and stories woven together I especially loved the way the author did a different thing like the main character living in a taxi He expressed his thoughts so there was just the right amount of detail The characters were amazing I especially loved Panny because she was smart and brave I also like Ms Clarke because something about her intrigued me In the book there were many This book was so good I read it in two days.I got hooked by the third chapter This one story has many different plots and stories woven together I especially loved the way the author did a different thing like the main character living in a taxi He expressed his thoughts so there was just the right amount of detail The characters were amazing I especially loved Panny because she was smart and brave I also like Ms Clarke because something about her intrigued me I...

  4. The Master says:

    A stupidly implausible story A chain of lucky coincidences and uncanny good timing helps a group of kids take down a crime gang and find Babe Ruth s first home run ball Ridiculous.

  5. Angela says:

    Amazing book Very fast paced and well written The plot is intriguing, and the characters are excellent and realistic I would highly recommend this book to anyone

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