Danny Gurkin believes in his heart that the Sluggers are the best team in baseball. There's just the small matter of breaking a century-old curse involving a pretzel, a bubble-gum tycoon, and a missing shortstop. Danny also believes that the outcome of Sluggers' games depends on him and hot dogs. Because eating two hot dogs with everything before each game is the best kind of luck a fan can give his team. Danny Ghurkin has a date with baseball destiny; he just doesn't know it. Yet.
About the Author
A born and bred New Yorker, Paul Haven has traveled around the world working as a reporter for the Associated Press. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Madrid, Spain.
Tim Jessell is the illustrator of many books for children. He lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with his wife and children.
"Charles Dickens meets Harry Potter at the old ball game. Huge, magical, and delightful."—Kirkus Reviews
"Haven's quirky style with an eye for oddball detail and comic hyperbole will remind readers of Roald Dahl and Eva Ibotson."—School Library Journal