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Cross Game Vol. 4: Cross Game, Volume 4

Cross Game Volume 4

Cross Game, Volume 4
With Ko in his second year of high school and Aoba in her first, the regionals for Summer Koshien are about to begin! The third round pits Seishu up against mighty Ryuou Gakuin—one of the teams favored to win the whole shebang. Do Ko and team have what it takes to even advance that far in the tourney? But first, Aoba's cousin enters the picture, and he might shake things up on a different front.
Mitsuru Adachi
375 Pages
$10.99

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Cross Game Vol. 5: Cross Game, Volume 5

Cross Game, Volume 5

Cross Game Vol. 5

In the summer of his second year in high school, Ko and the Seishu baseball team must take on mighty Ryuou Gakuin and their genius slugger Keitaro Mishima. With everything on the line, will destiny find Seishu moving on to the next round? Later, new neighbors are setting up shop next to Kitamura Sports, and their daughter bears a striking resemblance to Wakaba...
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