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Babe Didrikson Zaharias: The Making of a Champion

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Babe Didrikson Zaharias was one of history's greatest athletes as an All-American basketball player, an Olympic gold medalist in track and field, and a championship golfer who won eighty-two amateur and professional tournaments. She was elected Woman Athlete of the Year six times, and in 1950 was named Woman Athlete of the Half Century. This insightful and well-researched biography from a Newbery medalist brings to life the woman who changed the perception of female athletes forever.

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"Freedman is on top of his game with this engaging profile of one of this century's most remarkable athletes and larger-than-life personalities. The Michael Jordan of her day, Didrikson not only excelled at every sport she tried, but she also became a darling of the media. This attractive, oversized photo-biography recounts her life story and sets it into the larger context of the evolving role of women's athletics, and the development of professional sports in the U.S....Befitting a champion, this superbly crafted, impeccably documented biography ranks head and shoulders above its peers." -- Luann Toth, School Library Journal

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Recommended Age 10 - 14
Author Russell Freedman
ISBN 0544104919
Publication Date Jan 7, 2014
Publisher HMH Books for Young Readers
Language English