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Jackie Robinson: Baseball Great

by Richard Scott

Other authors: Coretta Scott King (Introduction)

Series: Black Americans of Achievement

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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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Traces the life of the athelete who broke the color barrier in major league baseball when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.

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