Choosing Up Sides
Left-handed preacher's son Luke Bledsoe has always felt like an outsider, until he discovers he can pitch a baseball faster than anyone else, but his father says that the left is the side of Satan and that baseball is the devil's work, leaving Luke to find a new strength in his life and in himself.
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Review: Choosing Up SidesUser Review - Camille Rowley - Goodreads
Great story for young readers (4th or 5th Grade). The author discusses the surrounding a Southern Christian church, specifically the pastor's family. The story revolves around a teenage boy who is ... Read full review