Publisher description for Henry Aaron's dream / Matt Tavares.


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Matt Tavares hits one out of the park with this powerful tale of a kid from the segregated south who would become baseball’s home-run king.

Before he was Hammerin’ Hank, Henry Aaron was a young boy grow ing up in Mobile, Alabama, with what seemed like a foolhardy dream: to be a big-league baseball player. He didn’t have a bat. He didn’t have a ball. And there wasn’t a single black ball player in the major leagues. B ut none of this could stop Henry Aaron. In a captivating biography of Henr y Aaron’s young life – from his sandlot days through his time in the Negro Leagues to the day he played his first spring training game for the Braves – Matt Tavares offers an inspiring homage to one of baseball’s all-time greats.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Aaron, Hank, -- 1934- -- Juvenile literature.
Baseball players -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Discrimination in sports -- United States -- History -- Juvenile literature.