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Just Like Josh Gibson av Angela Johnson
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Just Like Josh Gibson (urspr publ 2004; utgåvan 2007)

av Angela Johnson (Författare), Beth Peck (Illustratör)

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A young girl's grandmother tells her of her love for baseball and the day they let her play in the game even though she was a girl.
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Titel:Just Like Josh Gibson
Författare:Angela Johnson (Författare)
Andra författare:Beth Peck (Illustratör)
Info:Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (2007), Edition: Reprint, 32 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
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Taggar:social moral, personality, plot

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Just Like Josh Gibson av Angela Johnson (2004)

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This book tells the story of a younger girls grandma who was incredible at baseball, just like Josh Gibson. Sadly in the 1940s, it didn't matter how good a girl could play baseball. Only boys were expected and allowed to play this sport, until Danny hurt his arm sliding into second and there were only 8 Al--Star players. Grandma stepped in and hit the ball a mile, causing the crowd to cheer and roar. A great story about passion and how girls can do exactly what boys can do. ( )
  D.Callais | Feb 18, 2019 |
My favorite part of this book was the point of view the little girl told her grandmother's story. It allowed us to understand the generation gap and how girls did not use to be able to play sports. The actions become more active and her personality is still seen through the retelling of the story. The father of the grandmother knew she would be a baseball prodigy since birth, stating she would be just like Josh Gibson. She watched her cousins play baseball and admired them greatly but she still wished she could play. During practices they included her but the real games were for boys only. One day a player was hurt and she was put into the batter position and she had struck a home run on her first try. I love how you can feel her pride and confidence boost within the pictures. At the end of the story we see her give this ball to her granddaughter, the one telling the story. This book shows girls to reach for their goals and that they can do anything they set their mind to. ( )
  mprochnow | Sep 15, 2018 |
I enjoyed this book so much because I can relate to the love of a sport. The book focused on Grandma telling her granddaughter all about her baseball journey. I believe this book is used to show that a woman can do just about anything she puts her mind too and that there does not need to be any separation. It shows children how working for something and never giving up will ultimately lead to an end goal. I enjoyed this book because the little girl never gave up and became a crucial part to a team who needed her. Overall, i think this book can teach students a few lessons in the classroom and I would recommend. ( )
  arizzo | Aug 28, 2018 |
This story is about a childhood story of a grandmother. She loved to play baseball and aspired to play like Josh Gibson, but back then girls weren't supposed to play baseball. The grandmother would play with her cousin's team if they were just practicing until her cousin was injured. The grandmother then was aloud to play an actual game with the team and hit a home run.
Ages: 5-7
Source: Teaching Strategies Gold Boxed Curriculum
  hjaksha | Jun 8, 2018 |
A great book about showing children that you can do something if you put your mind to it and believe it can happen. ( )
  kenarndt | Jun 5, 2018 |
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Angela Johnson's picture book depicts the tale of a little girl who was born to play baseball, but isn't allowed to because girls in the forties don't play baseball. The story is told from the point of view of a granddaughter telling a story about her grandmother. The pictures are large and textured like brush strokes.
tillagd av ToryJones | ändraPersonal Review, Tory Jones (Feb 21, 2016)
 

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Peck, BethIllustratörmedförfattarealla utgåvorbekräftat
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To Art Johnson and all the boys and girls of summer --A.J.

For Brittney and all the other people who modeled for this book. Thank you. And for my children, Anna Rose and Emma --B.P.
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