Say-Hey and the Babe by Neil Waldman
Two Mostly True Baseball Stories

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In Say-Hey and the Babe: Two Mostly True Baseball Stories, a young girl and a stickball team from the Bronx come face-to-face with two of the biggest baseball legends of all time, Babe Ruth and Willie Mays.
 

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Neil Waldman grew up playing stickball on the streets of New York City and following the exploits of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Mr. Waldman has written and illustrated many books for children, including "The Starry Night" and "They Came from the Bronx: How the Buffalo Were Saved from Extinction" (both Boyds Mills Press), "Wounded Knee" (Atheneum), "America the Beautiful" by Katherine Lee Bates (Turtle Back), and "The Gold Coin" by Alma Flor Ada (Sagebrush). His books have garnered many honours and awards; some of his paintings and prints are included in many prestigious collections around the world.
 
Published March 13, 2006 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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While searching for the ball in the sewer, Pete instead finds a ball autographed by Babe Ruth and his 1927 Yankee teammates.

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