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by Pat McKissack,Fredrick McKissack

Author: Pat McKissack,Fredrick McKissack
Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic; First Edition edition (February 1, 1994)
Pages: 184 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.4
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Patricia and Fredrick McKissack worked and published more than 100 . Pat McKissack at Library of Congress Authorities, with 177 catalog records. L'Ann Carwell (pseudonym) at LC Authorities, with 2 records.

Patricia and Fredrick McKissack worked and published more than 100 books together over the course of 20 years. Fredrick McKissack (husband) at LC Authorities, with 118 records, and Fredrick, Sr. at WorldCat.

by Pat McKissack (Author), Fredrick McKissack (Author). And in Black Diamond, Zakes Mda has his story’s narrator mimic this ancient mode of storytelling. If you’re a reader committed to the modern techniques of the novel, much of what you read here may very well grate. Still there’s Mda’s story, which is at least as engaging as the most popular genre fiction of today. The difference, though, is that this book also informs readers of post-apartheid life in South Africa. So what is Mda’s story?

Award-winning author Patricia McKissack and her son tell the stirring story of the Negro Leagues, an extraordinary patchwork of. .For nearly 100 years, African-Americans were prevented from playing Major League Baseball

Award-winning author Patricia McKissack and her son tell the stirring story of the Negro Leagues, an extraordinary patchwork of drama, comedy, legendary heroes, high times, low pay, and long bus rides home. For nearly 100 years, African-Americans were prevented from playing Major League Baseball. Award-winning author Patricia McKissack and her son tell the stirring story of the Negro Leagues, an extraordinary patchwork of drama, comedy, legendary heroes, high times, low pay, and long bus rides home.

Includes bibliographical references (page 178) and index. Traces the history of baseball in the Negro Leagues and its great heroes, including Monte Irwin, Buck Leonard, and Cool Papa Bell.

McKissack, Pat, 1944-; McKissack, Fredrick, Jr. Publication date. Includes bibliographical references (page 178) and index. Play ball - Out of the ballpark - Batter up! - - Bases loaded - The lineup - You're out! - - Black diamonds - Foul ball - Away games - Bottom of the ninth - A winning season - The close of the Negro Leagues. Coretta Scott King Honor, author, 1995.

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Black Diamond: The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues. Black Diamond: The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues is a 1994 book by Patricia and Fredrick McKissack. It tells the history African-American and Latin American involvement with baseball in the United States

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Traces the history of baseball in the Negro Leagues and its great heroes, including Monte Irwin, Buck Leonard, and Cool Papa Bell.

Black Diamond : The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues. by Fredrick L. McKissack and Patricia C. McKissack.

A stirring tribute to the human drama, legendary heroes, infamous owners, low pay, and long bus rides that were the Negro Leagues. Black Diamond : The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues.

Patricia McKissack, Fredrick McKissack . Country Black Diamonds is a 1994 CCBC Choice, a 1994 NCTE Kaleidoscope book, and received a 1997 Coretta Scott King Award author honor. In this entertaining and informative book, the McKissacks present a history of the Negro Baseball Leagues, including many anecdotal episodes and legendary players. "Negro Leagues Baseball Vocabulary". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Retrieved March 18, 2017.

A history of the Negro Leagues features extensive player profiles, a baseball history timeline, and photographs.