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Arthur Ashe: Breaking the Color Barrier in Tennis (African-American Biographies)

By David K. Wright

Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Inc.; (July 1996)
ISBN: 0894906895
MY HERO recommends this book to young adult readers.
Annotation
A biography of tennis champion Arthur Ashe, covering his personal life and his sports career, as well as his struggles with racism and AIDS.
User Reviews:
jco0 | 3/12/2009 3:53 AM
Arthur Ashe is not my hero0 but i still consider him a hero0 for all that he did and went through from being a famous tennis player and a humanitarian, he left his prints here in this world by making a difference.
Deanna Irene B. Tuano | 2/5/2008 9:22 AM
He was a great energetic man!!!!!!
carlee | 2/21/2007 2:47 AM
i thought this book was amazing!!
coolman Joe | 1/31/2007 3:21 AM
he was a great man!!!!
Elisa | 11/15/2004 12:33 AM
Arthur Ashe is my hero because he didn't belive that it was fair that people were treated differently.  And I don't believe in that either. He is also my hero because he helped put a stop to the white people being mean to the native americans.  He also loved tennis and so do I. It is my favorite sport.

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