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Play Ball by Nunzio DeFilippis
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Brody is moving to a public school after years of attending a private one. Co-ed education means something to Ari. . .boys. And this is great for Brody because boys mean baseball.

A super graphic novel with a "girl power" message that will be a homerun for young lady readers looking for something in the graphic novel stacks for them.

This would be a great graphic novel for a social studies class, ripe with discussion about civil liberties, access, and right to protest existing policies.

What's nice about Play Ball is the character arcs in which each of the characters get to grow and the story is about the team, at home and on the field and not just about Brody.

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