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AAGPBL FAQ: BIBLIOGRAPHY REFERENCES

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What books have been written by players who actually played in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League?

Books written by players who played in the league are:

Mary Pratt, "A Peach of a Game", self published. Available only by direct mail from the author.

Dorothy Roark, "Uncertain Destiny". self published. Available only by direct mail from the author.

Rosemary Stevenson. "Don't Die on Third", self published. Available by direct mail or on-line at Amazon.com.

"Joyce Westerman Baseball Hero" is a biography which is available by contacting Melanie Roth, Wisconsin HIstorical Society, 608-264-6464 or Melanie.roth@wisconsinhistory.org.

What books have been written about the League that are children's books?

"Dirt in Their Skirts", by Doreen Rappaport, and  Lyndall Callam. Published Children's Picture Book

"Mama Played Baseball", by David Adler and Chris O'Leary, Published Children's Picture Book

"The All-American Girls Professional League". by Trudy Hammer. Published Middle School Reader

" Belles of the Ball Park, by Diana Star Helmer.Out of Print-found in some libraries -Young children

"A Whole New Ball Game". by Sue Macy. Published for Teens and Adults

"Players in Pigtails", By Shana Corey and Rebecca Gibbon. Published by Children's Picture Book. - Young Children

"Joyce Westerman Baseball Hero". By Bob Kann. Badger Biographies Series, Wisconsin Historical Society. - Middle School to Young Adult.

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