- 1 What is the summary of the Boy Who Saved baseball?
- 2 What is the theme of the boy who saved baseball?
- 3 Who are the main characters in the book The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
- 4 What is the setting of the book The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
- 5 Who wrote The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
- 6 What genre is The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
What is the summary of the Boy Who Saved baseball?
The fate of the Dillontown team rests on the outcome of one baseball game, winner take all. If Tom’s team loses, they lose their field too. But how can they possibly win? Just when everything seems hopeless, a mysterious boy named Cruz de la Cruz rides into town and claims to know the secret of hitting.
What is the theme of the boy who saved baseball?
The falling action is when they win the game. The resolution is when doc Altenheimer dies and gives his land to Tom, and by doing that saves the baseball park. The theme of this book is to always look inside and see what you can do, just because someone may be better than you, dosen’t mean they are the right person.
Who are the main characters in the book The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
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- Hollis B. Town poet who lived in a tree and spoke in rhymes.
- Doc Altenheimer.
- Cruz de la Cruz.
- Oscar Calabaza.
- Frankie Flores.
- Tom Gallagher.
- Dante Del Gato.
What is the setting of the book The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
Setting: Most of the setting is at the ball field, but some of it is at Dante Del Gato’s house. The field setting is playing games, practice, hanging out, and a fiesta. When the setting is Del Gato’s house it is when Cruz de la Cruz and Tom are convincing him to be a coach.
Who wrote The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
Children’s Book Review: THE BOY WHO SAVED BASEBALL by John H. Ritter, Author. Philomel $17.99 (224p) ISBN 978-0-399-23622-8.
What genre is The Boy Who Saved Baseball?
The antagonist of this store is the town of Dillontown.