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Napoli is loose yet focused, free-spirited yet intense, even-keeled yet exuberant. He plays with a sense of urgency that is balanced by a confidence and calm that helps him thrive under pressure. He's a great teammate, a team leader and a guy who, in my short time around him, is relentless in the pursuit of wanting to win a World Series.
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Who will be sold, who will stay? Beautifully illustrated with muted watercolour paintings, The Listeners ends on a hopeful note, with the children bringing home news about a new president and the chance of imminent freedom. The ryhthmic, swinging prose of Duke Ellington reflects the vibrant energy of his music perfectly. In lively free-verse, complemented by colourful acrylic illustrations, the picture book tells of the struggles and triumphs of this extraordinary woman who worked her way from the slums of St. Louis to the grandest stages in the world.
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Even famous people like Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X came to visit and speak. Written by a relative and illustrated with bold, colourful paintings, The Book Itch tells the story of this unique bookstore from the perspective of Lewis Michaux Jr. With poetic text and rich paintings in muted blues and reds, award-winning Before John was a Jazz Giant is a beautiful hymn to the jazz legend.