Jackie Robinson was the first African American baseball player in the American league, but everyone thought that he was just a fluke-until Larry Doby came into the game. This heartwarming story is told through the eyes of a little boy in Chicago on a day that changed history, the day that Larry Doby hit the first home run in the 1948 World Series. Wonderfully illustrated and historically accurate.
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