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If You Loved Prime Video's "A League Of Their Own," You Need To Read These 10 Books

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What it's about: This illustrated history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League tells the stories of the first women to play professional baseball in the first-ever women's league beginning in 1941.

With beautiful illustrations and firsthand stories told by the women who played in the league, this book is a one-of-a-kind resource that proves once and for all that the women of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League really were in a league of their own.How it compares: With stories directly from actual players in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball league, this book gives A League of Their Own fans a look into the reality of the league the show is based on, as well as the history of the league itself.

It's a must-read for anyone who watched for the historical fiction plots, as well as anyone interested in women's sports history.Get it from Bookshop or your local indie bookstore via Indiebound here.What it's about: Sebastian Hughes' senior year of high school is shaping up to be everything he'd hoped for: He's the star goalie on his school's team, he has excellent relationships with his fellow teammates, and he has a coach who is supportive of his openly queer players.

But when his estranged childhood best friend Emir Shah shows up at summer training camp, Sebastian realizes that his team's fate may be in the hands of the one teammate who hates him.

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