The Man Who Invented Basketball: James Naismith and His Amazing Game
Edwin Brit Wyckoff illustrates James Naismith's difficult childhood in Ontario, Canada in the mid- to late 19th century, and connects his past difficulties with making positive contributions to others. The author shows how the inventor evolved as a person and how the game that he invented evolved as a sport.
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