Good Night, Red Sox follows in the long tradition of good night stories loved by children everywhere. The bedtime story takes children through the day of the big game good morning Boston as everyone wakes up in anticipation, good afternoon Red Sox Nation as everyone heads to Fenway Park, good evening Red Sox as the team take the field and game begins, and of course good night everyone as we say good night to Fenway Park, the players and young fans dreaming of their major league debut. Adorable illustrations and accurate drawings of Fenway Park and the Red Sox only found in Good Night, Red Sox. A home run for every young Yankees fan. Officially licensed by Major League Baseball.
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- Author : C. Andrews
- Publisher : Lulu.com
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- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9780557936472
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