By Leslie Tryon
Springtime is the hole season for America's favourite hobby. it is time to play ball, and Albert turns his energies to training the neighborhood crew. There are beanballs and knuckleballs, fly balls and foul balls and even perhaps a house run in a video game choked with the fun and mishaps that every one such video games entail. Leslie Tryon's art is filled with Spring Valley's frequent acquaintances in addition to heartwarming element that areas the reader smack in the course of the park. An day out to be cherished.
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Albert's Ballgame by Leslie Tryon