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Breaking The Barriers-A Girl’s Dream To Play Little League With The Boys by Robbin Miller
During a summer family picnic in 1974, Robbin observes a little league game being played in a nearby baseball field. Seeing how much fun the game was, and watching the fans cheer for their teams, Robbin asked her dad to teach her to play baseball. As she practiced, over time, Robbin learned that girls were not allowed to play little league baseball with boys.
Refusing to give up her dream, Robbin was excited to learn about a famous court case that ruled that same year, that girls were to be allowed to play little league with boys. The long-standing barrier was finally lifted, and Robbin signed up to play in 1975.
A brave and determined Robbin strutted her stuff and showed her community that she could play ball just as well as the boys, on any baseball diamond. Despite encountering jeers, boos, and name-calling from the stands and from the boys, Robbin exceled on the field and played with her head held high for the love of the game.
Global Library: Children’s Girls & Women Books
The Stray by E.J. Tesiero-Miller and Robbin Miller
Woody and his owners start out on a wonderful vacation, but a twist of fate leaves Woody behind and his family moves on without him. A wonderful lady rescues him.
Another family in Massachusetts are looking for a new dog to add to their family. When the two meet and Woody meets EJ, it is magic! Woody will never have to worry again about being loved.
Grandma’s Book Club: Dog
About The Author: Robbin Miller is a Children’s Book Author and mother of a 8-year old son, named EJ.
This is Robbin’s first chapter book for children ages 8-11 years old. Robbin published two other picture books, “Playgroup Time,” and “Three Best Friends,” since 2015.
Robbin enjoys writing picture and chapter books on interested topics for children and their parents. Robbin is proud to tell her story of playing little league with boys in 1975. She wants to inspire girls to have a choice to play little league with boys and to stand up to the obstacles they may encounter along their journey. These crucial life lessons that Robbin learned along her path helped her in being resilient and persistent in developing her goals in life.
Robbin is very appreciative and blessed that her parents and brother, Bruce stood behind her while she crossed the sidelines to play little league with boys.
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