Annotations for Lucky Luis


Baker & Taylor
Luis is convinced that he will not perform well on the baseball field without following his unique pre-game ritual.

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Baker & Taylor
Catching fly balls, stealing bases and hitting like a champ on his Little League team, Luis develops a superstition that the snacks he samples at the supermarket are lucky, a belief that invites his father's counsel in the aftermath of disappointing practices and games. By the author of Chato's Kitchen.

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Penguin Putnam
At Little League, Luis is catching fly balls, stealing bases, and hitting like a champ. But there is a problem: he thinks he's getting good luck from the snacks he samples at the supermarket before every game. Then one day his mom goes directly to the field and he has a horrible practice. The day she skips the stop at the store before a game, he strikes out twice.

Luckily, Luis's father understands and convinces him that practice and concentration matter much more than any superstition.


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