Baseball (born 5-Feb-1934)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Hank Aaron; with Lonnie Wheeler. I Had a Hammer: The Hank Aaron Story. New York: Harper Collins. 1991. 333pp.
Albert Hirshberg. Henry Aaron: Quiet Superstar. Putnam. 1969. 205pp.
Phil Musick. Hank Aaron: The Man who Beat the Babe. Popular Library. 1974. 220pp.
Tom Stanton. Hank Aaron and the Home Run that Changed America. New York: William Morrow. 2004. 288pp.
Mark Stewart; Mike Kennedy. Hammering Hank: How the Media Made Henry Aaron. Globe Pequot. 2006. 252pp.
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