Against the backdrop of radical social change ushered in by the passing of Title IX in 1972, an unlikely group of high school girls come together to win one of their state’s first-ever girls’ basketball championships. A powerful first-person account told by trailblazing sports journalist Melissa Isaacson.
A history of Chicago’s infamous 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder case, told chiefly through a rare collection of carefully arranged primary source material, including confessions, court transcripts, psychological reports, evidence photos, and more.
A beautiful and detail-rich hardbound collection of Chicago White Sox history, containing essays, box scores, original reporting, archival photographs, and various memorabilia for one of MLB's most beloved franchises.
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