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Archie Mac 4:06pm BST 15 October 2015. This book is part of a series titled Shire Albums which runs to over a thousand titles. Some of them appear weird and wonderful, such as Old Letter Boxes and Thimbles. How cricket was selected or just what Green’s brief was for Cricketing Bygones is not clear however he offers a discourse on a number of cricketing subjects. The book commences with a brief history of the game and its development.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780852636053. Release Date: January 1989.
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Cricket Green is the main protagonist of Big City Greens. Cricket is short and thin and has a slightly large head, bright yellow skin, a buck tooth, and a brown bowl cut hairstyle with both sides bare. In "Cricketsitter", it is revealed that he has a metal plate on the back of his head that was seen in an x-ray. For more of Cricket's outfits, see Cricket Green/Outfits. Cricket wears turquoise blue overalls with a light gray shirt underneath it. He's mostly barefoot because he hates wearing shoes.
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