Home Run: The Story of Babe Ruth
Like most boys, he spent his summers playing ball on a dirt lot, but George Herman Ruth, Jr. followed his dreams to become a legend. He is the Babe—Babe Ruth—and baseball is his game.
Powerful oil paintings and spare, dramatic text draw readers into the mind of this larger-than-life sports hero. Reproductions of vintage-style baseball cards throughout the book detail Babe Ruth's career highlights.
Home Run is a compelling portrait of a man, and of a time when baseball was truly America's game.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LauraMcQueen - LibraryThing
I loved this book. As a huge baseball fan I could read this book everyday. This book really tells about "Babe" making a difference in baseball. Of course he made a difference by setting tons of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BrittN - LibraryThing
Summary: Home Run is a book about Babe Ruth’s baseball career. It talks about how Babe knew how to swing his bat and hit homeruns all the time. It says from the time he was a young boy up to his ... Read full review