Hat Trick by Brett Lee, Michael Panckridge
  

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Hat Trick by Brett Lee, Michael Panckridge

A huge book for cricket fans, Hat Trick combines tons of info about the game with three out-of-this-world Toby Jones cricketing adventure stories. Toby Jones is not your average schoolboy cricketer. He and his friends live for cricket, but Toby's ability to travel through time makes him unique. Using a copy of Wisden, the 'bible' for cricket enthusiasts, Toby drops in on the great cricket matches of the past, first in India and then in the West Indies. But at the 1930 Test at Leeds where Don Bradman bats his legendary 334, Toby gets unexpectedly involved in the match. Packed with tips from Brett Lee, one of Australia's fastest-ever bowlers, Hat Trick offers hours of top reading ...and the inside edge on Australia's most loved sport. Hat Trick includes: Toby Jones and the Magic Cricket Almanack Toby Jones and the Secret of the Missing Scorecard Toby Jones and the Mystery of the Time-Travel Tour

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Format

Paperback
656 pages

Author

Brett Lee, Michael Panckridge
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Publisher

HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2008

ISBN

9780732288372


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