Blind golfing, anyone?& Edward Bogard ? Bogie for short ? may be blind, but he can learn just about anything he sets his mind to: riding a bike, parasailing, playing guitar.& Even though many things come easily to him, he stunned when& he hits at a& driving range and finds he has the swing of a pro.& But blind golfing is a team sport, and Bogie needs a coach.& Enter Birdie, the kooky and mysterious girl next door. A bit of a loner, Birdie creates elaborate worlds in miniature in her basement, and has managed to make it to age twelve without& learning to ride& a bike.& Then someone anonymously enters Bogie in a golf tournament?with a million dollar prize.& If he can team up with Birdie to conquer the greens of Hawai?i, could& she be the unlikely key to victory? & "Gutman has another winner here...younger YAs and reluctant readers will enjoy this suspenseful and often funny tale."-- KLIATT "[A]n excellent picture of a loving father-son relationship. Highly recommended.-- Children's LiteratureGutman, Dan is the author of 'Million Dollar Putt ', published 2007 under ISBN 9780786836420 and ISBN 0786836423.