Shoeless Joe - W.P. Kinsella

$18.95 CAD
  • Shoeless Joe - W.P. Kinsella

Shoeless Joe - W.P. Kinsella

$18.95 CAD

“If you build it, he will come.” 

These mysterious words inspire Ray Kinsella to create a cornfield baseball diamond in honor of his hero, Shoeless Joe Jackson. What follows is a rich, nostalgic look at one of our most cherished national pastimes and a remarkable story about fathers and sons, love and family, and the inimitable joy of finding your way home.

Exchange Policy

All holiday items can be exchanged in-store until January 30th, 2021. Items can be exchanged for a new item or for store credit. We do NOT OFFER REFUNDS. But our team is here and happy to help you find something else! Sale items and custom order items are always final sale.

HOLIDAY SHOPPING

Get free shipping on all orders over $50! Shop Early: Due to the ongoing pandemic, you can expect delays from all shipping carriers this year. Shop early to prevent delays! Pick-up outside our store in Toronto's Distillery District. Call us at 416 861 8514, we're in-store ready to help you shop and bring your order out to you.

CURB-SIDE PICKUP

Our Toronto store is closed for indoor shopping during the government-mandated lockdown. But we are in-store every day and ready to bring your order out to you! All in-stock items are available for immediate pick-up. Just call us at 416 861 8514. We're also shipping all in-stock items within 1 business day.

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