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Baseball for Breakfast: The Story of a Boy Who Hated to Wait

by Bill Myers

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When Jummy finds an unusual pocket watch that lets him skip ahead in time, he does only the things he thinks are fun, but he soon discovers the wisdom of God's plan for us to experience both the good and the bad.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0849958717, Hardcover)

In this picture book from Bill Myers, author of The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle series, Jimmy finds a magic pocket watch that lets him skip ahead in time. Maybe a week, a day or just until the end of class or until it's his turn up to bat again.

Soon, however, he discovers the wisdom of God's Plan for us to experience not just the good times, but the bad times, and especially the in-between times.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:58:47 -0400)

When Jimmy finds an usual pocket watch that lets him skip ahead in time, he does only the things he thinks are fun, but he soon discovers the wisdom of God's plan for us to experience both the good times and the bad.

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