• Baseball World Series

  • Little League, Book 5
  • By: Matt Christopher
  • Narrated by: Nick Sullivan
  • Length: 3 hrs and 43 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It's the biggest game of their lives - and only one can win Liam and Carter's teams are on the verge of winning the greatest championship of all: the Little League Baseball World Series. Cousins and best friends who grew up playing baseball together, Liam and Carter must now play against each other to achieve their dreams of winning the Series title! One cousin will win, and the other will lose.

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©2014 Matt Christopher (P)2014 Hachette Audio

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  • 05-01-22

The Story is a Little Normal, But Also a Great one

Overall, this performance was good because it has a lot of expression, and very exiting. The performance was the best of all. Nick Sullivan, the narrator of the book, used very much expression, just enough needed for the book. The story was pretty good. Most of it was good, but sometimes the book seemed like baby books. What I mean is that the book showed obvious things and seemed to ask if it was 'going to be a home run, or not.'

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I Love this book!

I love this book because I didn't know anything about baseball but I learned a lot more, and about all the positions, and I'm now interested in it.

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Awesome

Very well read and really good book. Very truthful and I can relate to it