Jackie Robinson was more than a great baseball player. As the 20th century's first African American to play for a Major League Baseball team, he changed the sport—and race relations in America—forever.
Introduce students to this powerful figure in both the sports world and the civil rights movement with these books written by his daughter, Sharon Robinson. These titles explore Robinson's life, his role in the civil rights movement in America, and heartwarming stories inspired by his achievements.
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