• Title: Anybody's Game: Kathryn Johnston, the First Girl to Play Little League Baseball
  • Author: Heather Lang Cecelia Puglesi
  • ISBN: 9780807503799
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Anybody s Game Kathryn Johnston the First Girl to Play Little League Baseball In Kathryn Johnston wanted to play Little League but an unwritten rule kept girls from trying out So she cut off her hair and tried out as a boy under the nickname Tubby She made the team and c
    In 1950, Kathryn Johnston wanted to play Little League, but an unwritten rule kept girls from trying out So she cut off her hair and tried out as a boy under the nickname Tubby She made the team and changed Little League forever A great story about what it means to want to do something so badly you re willing to break the rules to do it and how breaking the rules can leIn 1950, Kathryn Johnston wanted to play Little League, but an unwritten rule kept girls from trying out So she cut off her hair and tried out as a boy under the nickname Tubby She made the team and changed Little League forever A great story about what it means to want to do something so badly you re willing to break the rules to do it and how breaking the rules can lead to change.

    One Reply to “Anybody's Game: Kathryn Johnston, the First Girl to Play Little League Baseball”

    1. Anybody’s Game: Kathryn Johnston, the First Girl to Play Little League Baseball by Heather Lang is a terrific new nonfiction baseball picture book and a great way to celebrate the upcoming baseball season.“Girls don’t play baseball” is the book’s opening line, announced to twelve-year-old Kathryn by her brother Tom. Right away, readers get a sense of Kathryn’s spunk when she answers, “Why not? I’m better than you.” And she’s right. Kathryn is the best player around, but when [...]

    2. I love stories that show how passion can make dreams come true! Excited to share this book with young readers.

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