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This is the story of Effa Manley the first woman inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
It would be an excellent book for classroom use or for parents to share with their children, particularly those who are baseball fans.
Audrey Vernick tells an important story in a straightforward manner accompanied by evocative color illustrations by Don Tate.
It's about time women take their rightful place in society, gain the respect they so rightfully deserve among all people. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marvin P. Ferguson
It was a new perspective on baseball history, the Negro League history, & one woman's very important role in both.Published 7 months ago by Alyssa Hinds
I thought the book was informative for young readers learning about segregation.
I thought the book was good for young readers learning about segregation.
Great book for teaching biography, social issues and character traits in the common core. Wonderful story for children and adults alike.Published 16 months ago by Ms. Laettner
An ennobling biography of a woman who rallied for civil rights. In Harlem where Abe and Effa Manley lived, Effa organized the Citizen's League for Fair Play, where community... Read morePublished on May 23, 2011 by Deborah Sandford