Reginald loves to create beautiful music on his violin But Papa, manager of the Dukes, the worst team in the Negro National League, needs a bat boy, not a fiddler, and traveling with the Dukes doesn t leave Reginald much time for practicing Soon the Dukes dugout is filled with Beethoven, Mozart, and Bach and the bleachers are filled with the sound of the Dukes bats Has Reginald s violin changed the Dukes luck and can his music pull off a miracle victory against the powerful Monarchs Gavin Curtis s beautifully told story of family ties and team spirit and E B Lewis s lush watercolor paintings capture a very special period in history....
|Title||:||The Bat Boy and His Violin (Aladdin Picture Books)|
|Publisher||:||Aladdin Reprint edition January 1, 2001|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||676 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Bat Boy and His Violin (Aladdin Picture Books) Reviews
My son loves this book! He loves baseball and music. I thought he'd like the violin but he just thinks it's a guitar. The book came well packaged in a white tissue paper, then purple tissue paper, I was not expecting that nor the hand wrote thank you note I received in the package!
My grandsons loved this book, both the story and the illustrations. They are both violinists and there are not too many books about boys, baseball, and violins!
One of my favorite picture books to teach figurative language, theme, organization, and voice.
I purchased this book for my grandson who is learning to play the violin. I hope he is inpired by the story.
What a touching book! I bought this to read to my 4th grade class and they loved it.
This is a nice story. I got the book to read for my music class. Its about music, family, and a lot of other sub themes.
I was a very nice children's book. I bought it for my youngest grandson and he was glad to have and read it.