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Book Review- Ray and Me


In Ray and Me, by Dan Gutman, Stosh goes back on another exciting adventure to 1920!
There he meets some famous people like Babe Ruth, Tris Speaker, and even Harry Houdini.
His mission is to save Ray Chapman, the only person in major league baseball to die in a game.
Stosh's head stings a little bit (and that might be exaggerating) after he gets hit with a ball in the head. He brings his own batting helmet along for the ride.( Helmets hadn't been invented yet). But Tris Speaker laughed his head off when Stosh showed Ray the helmet and busted it up! Now what will Stosh do? Read Ray and Me by Dan Gutman to find out!

Comments

Mrs. Rosheim said…
Andrew~I have read only one of the Gutman series books. Your review has encouraged me to pick up Ray and Me! Thanks for reviewing a new book for our library.
Andrew said…
Thanks, Mrs. Rosheim. I really enjoyed the book.
Anonymous said…
I like this book because I like baseball and dan gutman.

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