From the Pulitzer Prize winning Michael Chabon comes this bestselling novel for readers of all ages that blends fantasy and folklore with that most American coming-of-age ritual: baseballA??now in a new edition, with an original introduction by the author.
Ethan Feld is having a terrible summer: his father has moved them to Clam Island, Washington, where Ethan has quickly established himself as the least gifted baseball player the island has ever seen. EthanA??s luck begins to change, however, when a mysterious baseball scout named Ringfinger Brown and a seven-hundred-and-sixty-five-year-old werefox enter his life, dragging Ethan into another world called the Summerlands. But this beautiful, winter-less place is facing destruction at the hands of the villainous Coyote, and it has been prophesized that only Ethan can save it.
In this cherished modern classic, the New York Times bestselling, Pulitzer Prize winning author brings his masterful storytelling, dexterous plotting, and singularly envisioned characters to a coming-of-age novel for readers of all ages.
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by Michael Chabon
by Michael Pollan
by Michael Simon
by Michael Sears
by Michael W. Kauffman
by Michael Drout
by W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O'Neal Gear
"When he learns that he's been chosen to save the world from Coyote, the Changer, 11-year-old Ethan Feld begins a mystical journey between dimensions. Werecreatures (half-human, half-animal), ferishers (fairies that don't look or act like winged pixies), a sweet but smelly sasquatch, and some slow-witted giants who can't resist a wager are only some of the delightful denizens who populate Michael Chabon's first foray into children's literature. Chabon performs with the finesse of an accomplished actor, adding the energy and enthusiasm that come of knowing everything about his characters. As he blends the idea of interchangeability between humans and animals found in American Indian, African-American, and European folklore with baseball and contemporary life, Chabon hits a grand slam with this spirited, unsentimental mythology for our time. S.J.H. 2003 Audie Award Finalist (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"
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