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Ken Griffey Jr: The Home Run Kid - cover

Ken Griffey Jr: The Home Run Kid

Larry Stone

Publisher: Sports Publishing

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Summary

An easy to read children's book chronicling the exciting career of Ken Griffey, JR.
Available since: 01/12/2012.
Print length: 75 pages.

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