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Jackie's Bat von Marybeth Lorbiecki
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Jackie's Bat (2006. Auflage)

von Marybeth Lorbiecki, Brian Pinkney (Illustrator)

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Jackie's Bat by Marybeth Lorbiecki (2006)
Mitglied:TamaraSmith
Titel:Jackie's Bat
Autoren:Marybeth Lorbiecki
Weitere Autoren:Brian Pinkney (Illustrator)
Info:Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (2006), Hardcover, 40 pages
Sammlungen:NonFiction
Bewertung:*****
Tags:history, fiction, baseball, multicultural, grades k-5, segregation, integration, Jackie Robinson, equality, racism, diversity

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This book is about Jackie Robinson through the perspective of the Dodgers bat boy, who was white. Perspective is the best way to describe this book. Everyone see's that Jackie is a black man in a white league, but no one see's his struggle and his determination to prove everyone else wrong. By the end of the book, Jackie earns the respect of his team mates, the nay Sayers, and all people of baseball. This story was told very well and clear. It teaches a lesson to kids of all colors that you should not mistreat a person because of the color of skin. I really enjoyed how you could see the process of Joey coming to the conclusion that Jackie is not a bad person because of his skin. Very informative read. ( )
  aengolia | Feb 5, 2020 |
I Love this story, mostly because im a big fan and played baseball just about my whole life. Growing up i always heard about Jackie Robinson and how great he was, and the stepping stone he was for African Americans not just as baseball players but as Athletes. Its great to read about how great he was even if everything in society was against him and wanted him to fail at what he was doing. ( )
  D.Patzan | Sep 4, 2019 |
I would do this book as an interactive read aloud in a 5th grade classroom. Then I would leave a discussion about equality and how we should also treat people with respect regardless of who they are or where they've come from. As an extension, I would have the students write a respond to a prompt asking them about ways they could show kindess to someone who may be different than them. Another example of activity to do with this book is with a lesson on comparing and contrasting. I would have students compare and contrast life for African Americans during the time of this book and now in reference to social equality and justice.
  JMudd | Apr 3, 2017 |
I would use this book grades 3rd-5th as an interactive read-aloud because these grades are great for teaching about segregation, not for younger grades. I would use the book as interactive read-aloud when teaching the theme of segregation so that I can ask questions to get students to make connections and to to explain concepts to students more in detail rather if they would have just read it themselves. I would use this book to teach students point of view and how stories can be told in different view and how that has an effect on the story.
  mmccrady01 | Mar 30, 2017 |
The narrator Joey is telling the story about how he was the bat boy for the Dodgers. Jackie Robinson just so happened to be a new team member at the time. A black man at that. The first black man on the team. Joey sees how everyone else treats Jackie so he does no different. He comes to realize that no matter how hard those people go at Jackie he doesn't budge. He continues to do for his team and plays a hand in the losing but playing a major hand in them winning. The more the Dodgers win, the more Jackie is liked. Joey also finally sees Jackie as the man he is and not how they were previously treating him. ( )
  lasmith7 | Sep 8, 2016 |
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