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The Treasures of Major League Baseball

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Perfect for baseball fans of all stripes, this highly collectible interactive book lets you, the fan, experience the thrill of baseball’s heritage through three-dimensional facsimiles of rare baseball artifacts.

The Treasures of Major League Baseball tells the rich and fascinating history of baseball through hundreds of photographs and an exhaustively researched and evocati
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published May 4th 2010 by Carlton Books (first published 2007)
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Tasha Johnson
A super fun interactive book for baseball lovers. This book is filed with artifacts and information about MLB. The book can be used as a class to learn about artifacts and how we can get so much information from historical items like posters, programs, tickets, etc. It will also get students thinking about how many things around them that they read everyday are really informational.
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