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Say-Hey and the Babe: Two Mostly True Baseball Stories

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What would it be like to come face-to-face with a baseball legend? Pete and his best friends, Moose and Eddie, find out when Willie Mays joins their New York stickball team for a seven-sewer string. Based on fact, two interrelated stories center on Babe Ruth and the 1927 New York Yankees, Willie Mays and the 1951 New York Giants, and a stickball team from the Bronx.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 31st 2006 by Holiday House (first published 2006)
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Clare Rossetter
Feb 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is a book that reads easily and is filled with side notes to help support the readers understanding. It is an updated version of a sports hero the kids have maybe heard about but are not really familiar with. The balance between fiction and nonfiction gives the book a format that is engaging and sets the stage for a marriage of fact and fiction. I think that it is a more solid narrative and seems more factual than the book, Looking at Lincoln, considered nonfiction but written in a fiction ...more
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