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The Baseball Player and the Walrus

by Ben Loory

Other authors: Alex Latimer (Illustrator)

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Not your typical human-walrus relationship. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
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A sweet and poignant story of friendship, from acclaimed short-story writer Ben Loory

The baseball player has it all—money, fame, and success.  But something is missing.  He doesn’t know what it is until he goes to the zoo and sees a walrus.  What a splendid creature!  Surely it could bring joy to his life.  With happiness just a walrus away, the baseball player sets out to create the perfect enclosure for his new friend.  He’s even willing to give up his job to be with the walrus.  But without a job, he won’t be able to afford his new friend’s care and keeping.  And without the walrus, he won’t be able to smile.  Luckily, there’s a compromise to be had and a walrus just waiting to be reunited with his resourceful friend.

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"A successful but unhappy baseball player finds companionship in the pet walrus he adopts but is soon faced with the great challenge of balancing his responsibilities and maintaining the costly upkeep of his new friend"--

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