The Bat Boy & His ViolinOversize Book - 1998
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Reginald is very passionate about playing the violin but his father wants him to play baseball, even though they've lost every game they have played. But being a bat boy doesn't allow much time to practice the violin. Will Reginald's father accept his passion and let him play the violin in the stands?
A passion for a violin is something Reginald has, but his father doesn’t quite see eye to eye with his talent. His father would rather have a son that can help on his baseball team as a bat boy. The only problem is that his team has lost every game they have played. Reginald now the bat boy makes a very great impact on his father’s team with his violin. Will his father accept him now?
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“Well, right now the Dukes could use a bat boy, and I think it’ll do Reginald some good to get out of the house.” “Don’t you remember I have a recital next month in the basement of the church?” “Each day, I like being the bat boy more than the last. Papa lets me play the violin as much as I want.”
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