Shoeless Joe & Me

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
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When Joe Stoshack hears about Shoeless Joe Jackson -- and the gambling scandal that destroyed the star player's career -- he knows what he has to do. If he travels back in time with a 1919 baseball card in his hand, he just might be able to prevent the infamous Black Sox Scandal from ever taking place. And if he could do that, Shoeless Joe Jackson would finally take his rightful place in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

But can Stosh prevent that tempting envelope full of money from making its way to Shoeless Joe's hotel room before the big game?

 

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A very good book for all ages. I gave it a 4 star rating because of the shortness. I wanted to know more. Why did he do this? Why did he do that? I would've gaven a better rating if the author went more into detail of this book.

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
31
Section 3
54
Section 4
110
Section 5
126
Section 6
159
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About the author (2009)

Dan Gutman is the New York Times bestselling author of the Genius Files series. He is also the author of the Baseball Card Adventure series, which has sold more than 1.5 million copies around the world, and the My Weird School series, which has sold more than 10 million copies.

Thanks to his many fans who voted in their classrooms, Dan has received nineteen state book awards and ninety-two state book award nominations. He lives in New York City with his wife, Nina. You can visit him online at www.dangutman.com.

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