The William Hoy Story | Little Lit Book Series

The story of how baseball player William Hoy faced cruelty and discrimination for being deaf.  However, through his deafness, he came up with a way to communicate during games through the use of hand signals, which was eventually adopted as an official practice in baseball.  Hoy went on to break many records and become one of the most popular baseball players from 1888-1902.  He will forever be remembered for changing how the game was played.

The William Hoy Story was written by Nancy Churnin, Jez Tuya and published by Albert Whitman.