The Babe & I
It’s 1932 and everyone is struggling through the Great Depression. When the resourceful young narrator of this story discovers that his father is jobless, he decides to become a newsie. He and his friend Jacob figure out how to sell more papers than the other kids. Many more. Because they’ve got Babe Ruth to help them. Business is soon booming and, thanks to the Babe, they even get a chance to see a Yankees game.
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Review: The Babe & IUser Review - Taylor Ray - Goodreads
Summary: This book was about a boy who realized that his dad didn't have a very supportable or real job. One day when he was with his friend, he saw his dad selling apples on the street and no one was ... Read full review
Review: The Babe & IUser Review - Garrett Ellis - Goodreads
Historical children's books are one of my favorite genres. It is hard to find historically accurate/good children's books. This is one of them. This book could be used to introduce the Great ... Read full review