By Aaron Rosenberg, Brian Helgeland
A motion picture tie-in novel approximately Jackie Robinson's existence tale. This booklet is a novelization of Brian Helgeland's screenplay.
A novel in accordance with the motion picture 42—a biopic approximately Jackie Robinson's history-making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers because the first African American significant League Baseball player.
Includes a full-color insert of photographs from the motion picture.
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