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"The most winning junior detective ever in teen lit. (Take that, Nancy Drew!)" —Midwest Children's Book Review
Sammy's softball team is in contention for the Junior Slugger's Cup, and all she wants to do is hunker down behind the home plate and catch strikes. But Heather Acosta brings new meaning to the term "foul ball" as she schemes to get Sammy kicked off the team.
Then Sammy is thrown a wild pitch by a frantic girl at the mall. The girl asks Sammy to watch her bag and dashes off before Sammy discovers that the bag she's left holding contains a baby! When the girl doesn't return, Sammy decides to go find her. A heart-pounding search ensues, and leads to some situations that are definitely not covered in the softball playbook.
The Sammy Keyes mysteries are fast-paced, funny, thoroughly modern, and true whodunits. Each mystery is exciting and dramatic, but it's the drama in Sammy's personal life that keeps readers coming back to see what happens next with her love interest Casey, her soap-star mother, and her mysterious father.
When a frantic girl in the mall begs Sammy to watch her bag and then dashes off, Sammy realizes that the bag contains a baby. When the girl doesn't return, Sammy decides to go find her--and her search leads her into situations that are not covered in any softball play book.
Sammys softball team is in contention for the Junior Sluggers Cup, and all she wants to do is hunker down behind home plate and catch strikes. But Heather Acosta brings new meaning to the term “foul ball” as she schemes to get Sammy kicked off the team. And Sammy is thrown a wild pitch by a frantic girl in the mall. She begs Sammy to watch something for her and then dashes off before Sammy realizes that the bag shes left holding contains a baby! Now there are some pitches that you shouldnt even try to catch, but Sammys a take-it-in-the-chest-protector kind of player. So when the girl doesnt return for her baby, Sammy decides to go find her. And her search leads her into situations that are just not covered in a softball playbook.
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