Reviewed by Scott B. (age 9)
At almost every at bat Sylvester hit a home run. People got mad at him when he didn't hit a home run even though he was still making good hits.
I think the theme of this story is, if you're bad at something you can still be good at it with lots of practice. I like this story a lot because of all the details in it. My favorite part was when George Baruth taught Sylvester how to play baseball. My favorite character was Sylvester.
I recommend this book to all kids who love baseball.