Chelsea House Pub (1987), 110 pages
Traces the life of the athelete who broke the color barrier in major league baseball when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.
110 p.; 7.5 inches
1555466095 / 9781555466091
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This book discusses Jackie Robinson in a positive light, making it appropriate for any age. Though it is a longer book, the vocabulary is not difficult so that even younger readers would be able to read it in sections.
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