Mop, Moondance, Nagasaki Knights

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Harcourt School Publishers, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 150 pages
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After T.J. and his younger brother are adopted, the biggest problems they face are winning an international baseball tournament, held in their New Jersey hometown, and helping a homeless teammate.

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I love Walter Dean Myers realistic view of current issues. This book tackles adoption and xenophobia. Read full review


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