Henry Aaron's Dream
Signed by Author Henry Aaron's Dream tells the story of a kid from the segregated south who dreamed of making it to the major leagues, even though he wasn't even allowed to play on any of the baseball diamonds in his own city. It's about the impact that Jackie Robinson had on a generation of African-American kids, including 13-year-old Henry Aaron, when he broke baseball's color barrier in 1947. Ultimately, Henry Aaron's Dream is about the determination and perseverance that carried Henry Aaron from Mobile, Alabama all the way to the big leagues.
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