Baseball Fever by Johanna HurwitzBaseball Fever by Johanna Hurwitz

Baseball Fever

byJohanna Hurwitz

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Ezra Feldman, almost ten, likes baseball more than anything else in the world. But his father cannot understand why his son would rather rot his brains watching men swinging big wooden sticks than read a book or play chess. Can an unwanted car trip, a grumpy old professor, and a surprising chess victory help father and son find a little common ground--and convince Ezra's dad that cheering for the national pastime isn't completely off base?Ezra Feldman, almost ten, likes baseball more than anything else in the world. But his father cannot understand why his son would rather rot his brains watching men swinging big wooden sticks than read a book or play chess. Can an unwanted car trip, a grumpy old professor, and a surprising chess victory help father and son find a little common ground--and convince Ezra's dad that cheering for the national pastime isn't completely off base?
Ezra Feldman, almost ten, likes baseball more than anything else in the world. But his father cannot understand why his son would rather rot his brains watching men swinging big wooden sticks than read a book or play chess. Can an unwanted car trip, a grumpy old professor, and a surprising chess victory help father and son find a littl...
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Title:Baseball FeverFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 7.5 × 5.12 × 0.26 inPublisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0380732556

ISBN - 13:9780380732555

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Ezra Feldman, almost ten, likes baseball more than anything else in the world. But his father cannot understand why his son would rather rot his brains watching men swinging big wooden sticks than read a book or play chess. Can an unwanted car trip, a grumpy old professor, and a surprising chess victory help father and son find a little common ground--and convince Ezra's dad that cheering for the national pastime isn't completely off base?REVIEW: "A brisk, breezy story told with warmth and humor." --Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books"Score it a base hit." --BooklistAUTHORBIO: JOHANNA HURWITZ is the author of more than five dozen books for young readers and has received many state awards. AUTHOR HOME: Great Neck, New York

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"A brisk, breezy story told with warmth and humor." (Bulletin of the Center for)