Synopses & Reviews
When two young brothers join the Brooklyn Dodgers, one becomes team manager and must battle dissension and prejudice to unite the team and convince the players to accept the new Jewish catcher.
Includes an introduction by Bruce Brooks.
"Keystone Kids deals frankly and realistically with racial intolerance . . . Its theme of sportsmanship in the fuller sense rings clearly through its prose."
--THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
A volume in a classic quartet of baseball stories, repackaged for a new generation.
About the Author
JOHN R. TUNIS (1889-1975) was considered one of the finest writers for young people during the 1940s and '50s. He wrote more than twenty books, many of them award winners. The timeless appeal of his novels has made them enduringly popular with readers of all ages.