THE TALKING BASEBALL

Daddy was standing too far away to hear the baseball say, "Jake, if you concentrate and watch me closely, I will help you hit the ball.

THE TALKING BASEBALL

Author: BETTE LEVINE

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1491802146

Page: 28

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"The Talking Baseball," tells the story of two brothers, Jake and Noah and their experiences while playing baseball. Starting from the beginning, Noah, the younger brother, finds a baseball at a yard sale, while shopping with his Mother. It was at the yard sale that the baseball talked to Noah for the first time. Noah, quite surprised, ran to tell his mother. Of course, she didn't believe him, but she agreed to allow Noah to buy the ball. The ball becomes a wonderful friend to the two brothers and a wonderful instructor of baseball. But, even more important, the ball teaches the boys the essentials of being model children within a wonderful family. They were also taught the essentials of being great siblings to each other. It is a fun and inspirational story, sure to capture the heart of all young children.

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