Annotations for Zip It!


Baker & Taylor
When Chad, the Pine City Porcupines' batboy, breaks an important unofficial rule of baseball about not talking to the starting pitcher when he is having a perfect game, the team's superstition causes them to become upset about possibly losing, so Chad must consult his baseball card collection to find the perfect card to help his team pull off the perfect game. Simultaneous.

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Baker & Taylor
When Pine City Porcupines' bat boy Chad breaks an important unofficial rule of baseball: Do not talk to the starting pitcher when he has a perfect game going, the team may lose the game unless Chad can find a baseball card to help break the superstition.

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Harry N. Abrams, Inc.

These fun, illustrated early chapter books feature the adventures?and misadventures?of the Pine City Porcupines, a hapless baseball farm team, and their two batboys: Chad, an avid baseball fan with a huge baseball card collection, and Dylan, who doesn't know a thing about the sport. The fictional series has a unique twist: Chad solves problems by using information from Topps cards of real figures from modern baseball history.

Pine City Porcupines batboy Chad breaks an important unofficial rule of baseball: Don't talk to the starting pitcher when he's got a perfect game going, where not a single opponent has reached base. Now, because Chad opened his mouth, the entire Pines dugout is upset, and the team may lose to the second-to-last-place West Valley Varmints. Chad has to consult his baseball card collection to figure out how to help his beloved Pines pull off the perfect game.



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