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Dad, Jackie, and Me av Myron Uhlberg
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Dad, Jackie, and Me (utgåvan 2010)

av Myron Uhlberg (Författare), Colin Bootman (Illustratör)

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In Brooklyn, New York, in 1947, a boy learns about discrimination and tolerance as he and his deaf father share their enthusiasm over baseball and the Dodgers' first baseman, Jackie Robinson.
Medlem:lucymaccash
Titel:Dad, Jackie, and Me
Författare:Myron Uhlberg (Författare)
Andra författare:Colin Bootman (Illustratör)
Info:Peachtree Publishing Company (2010), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
Betyg:*****
Taggar:disability, disabilities, discrimination, baseball, Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers, deaf, deafness, father and son, prejudice, memoir, sports, historical fiction, picture book

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Dad, Jackie, and Me av Myron Uhlberg

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"Dad, Jackie, and Me", set in 1947, is the story of a boy who loves the Brooklyn Dodgers. His father is a deaf man, who hasn't always been interested in baseball, but is thrilled that Jackie Robinson has joined the team. Together, the boy and his dad begin attending Dodgers games. The boy teaches his dad all about baseball using sign language. During the last game of the season, Jackie Robinson throws a ball to the boy's dad. In his author's note, Myron Uhlberg explains that this book is based on true events from his childhood.
This is a wonderful story about a boy and his father bonding over baseball and their admiration of Jackie Robinson. The author explains that his father identified with Jackie Robinson because they were both discriminated against for being different. It is a story about prejudice, belonging, and love. I would recommend this book to elementary school teachers, especially those teaching social studies. ( )
  lucymaccash | Oct 4, 2020 |
I am not a baseball fan, but fans of baseball will enjoy this book. The relationship between a son who is hearing and a Father who is deaf is priceless, although the son seems a tiny bit patronizing, as if he pities his Dad. He teacher his Dad about baseball-lingo, facts and catching a ball..In the end, his Dad becomes a hero, and his son looks up to him. ( )
  rrednour | May 6, 2020 |
This story shows how a father and son bond over their love for baseball and Jackie Robinson. They go to all of the Dodgers games together and we eventually learn the father is deaf, but that does not stop him from learning and understanding the game of baseball. Jackie Robinson and the father have something in common, although they are two opposite people. Jackie Robinson was treated unfairly because of his skin color, while the father could be treated different because of his inability to hear. This shines such a bright light on overcoming adversities and that anything is possible. I loved reading this story. ( )
  aengolia | Apr 19, 2020 |
I love that this book started out talking about a boy loving baseball. I think it is important that his dad being deaf isn't the first thing being mentioned. I loved how the author was very realistic in the thoughts and emotions of a young boy. Every kid has that one thing that they're in love with and the author did a great job showing that. The illustrations fit the book well. They're old fashion in a way which fits the time period of the book. Even though it is sad, the author does a good job with expressing the emotions of a person being embarrassed sometimes when people notice that someone they're with has a disability. My favorite part of this book is that is shows a bonding relationship between a father and son. ( )
  Haley_dennis | Apr 13, 2020 |
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