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I am Jackie Robinson (Ordinary People Change…
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I am Jackie Robinson (Ordinary People Change the World) (edizione 2015)

di Brad Meltzer (Autore)

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"Jackie Robinson always loved sports, especially baseball. He could run, leap, and throw better than any other kid around. But he lived at a time when the rules weren't fair to African Americans: Even though Jackie was a great athlete, he wasn't allowed on the best teams just because of the color of his skin. Jackie knew that sports were best when everyone, of every color, played together. He became the first black baseball player on a major-league team, and his bravery helped lead the way to equality in all sports in America." --Dust jacket.… (altro)
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This is the second book in the 'Ordinary People Change the World' series I've read. I can't recommend them highly enough. The drawings are great, the history is well researched, and it's inspiring for both children and adults. Lovely books! ( )
  bookdrunkard78 | Jan 6, 2022 |
My family loves baseball; all 3 of my sons play baseball and Jackie Robinson is a big figure in our house. This book is wonderful for so many reasons, but the best part is that it tells the story of a great man through the eyes of a child. It is Jackie's story, from his perspective as a little boy, experiencing racism, poverty and the drive that gave his success in the middle of so much adversity. This is a great book to introduce to 2nd and 3rd graders, as it explains in very simple terms, racism and how it hurts others. This would be a book to introduce in a social studies/language arts unit, as a means to have a discussion about racism and how that affects our society. ( )
  stephanieb77 | Oct 19, 2020 |
Jackie Robinson was the youngest of five and was named after Roosevelt. He was bullied as a child. He loved all sports, and he performed very well. Jackie wasn't treated fairly in sports and was doubted because of the color of his skin. He was physically abused by other players while playing for the Brooklyn Dodgers, but that didn't stop him. He paved the way for equality in sports because of his resilience and talent. ( )
  BMayeux | Jan 24, 2019 |
I really enjoyed reading this book and learning different facts about Jackie Robinson. Jackie was the youngest of 5 kids. His mother used Roosevelt as his middle name after president Teddy Roosevelt. Jackie dealt with racism. Jackie was very poor, sometimes only ate 2 times a day. He was the national league MVP in 1949, when he played for the Dodgers. ( )
  D.Callais | Jan 24, 2019 |
This biography was very informative and told the story of Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play major league baseball. It did a great job of showing his history of playing sports. Jackie was drafted into the army for World War II and his baseball career had to end. Jackie's life was very hard as he dealt with racism in his career, however; he pulled through and became very successful. ( )
  aferrara | Jan 23, 2019 |
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"Jackie Robinson always loved sports, especially baseball. He could run, leap, and throw better than any other kid around. But he lived at a time when the rules weren't fair to African Americans: Even though Jackie was a great athlete, he wasn't allowed on the best teams just because of the color of his skin. Jackie knew that sports were best when everyone, of every color, played together. He became the first black baseball player on a major-league team, and his bravery helped lead the way to equality in all sports in America." --Dust jacket.

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