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    sunshine state book (middle school) 2011-2012

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    Book Review: The Prince of Fenway Park by Julianna Baggott

  • Pleasanton Public Library

    Fiction. The Prince of Fenway Park by Julianna Baggott. Grades 5-8 (322 p). In the Fall of 2004, twelve-year-old Oscar Egg is sent to live with his father in a strange netherworld under Boston’s Fenway Park, where he joins the fairies, pooka, banshee, and other beings that are trapped there, waiting for someone to break the eighty-six-year-old curse that has prevented the Boston Red Sox from winning a World Series.

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