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In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson
In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson
Author: Bette Lord
ISBN-13: 9780060240035
ISBN-10: 0060240032
Publication Date: 1984
Pages: 169
Edition: 1st ed
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: Harper & Row
Book Type: Hardcover
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Based on the author's own childhood this book is interesting on several levels. First of all it is humorous, enjoyable, heart touching story. Next - it takes a good look at the problems of child immigrants to the USA. And third - the problems and how they are handled provides relevant interest for all.
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a Sonlight title
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very good.
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A little girl From China immigrates and has a hard time fitting in. But when she begins to play baseball, the world gets a whole lot brighter.
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Heartwarming story of a Chinese immigrant adapting to American culture in Brooklyn with the help of a baseball team
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great book ! Every child should have a cpy of this book!!!
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Great book! Used in Sonlight 5.
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Used in the Sonlight homeschool curriculum
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good book
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A ten-year-old Chinese girl, Bandit Wong, emigrates to America [in 1947] and assimilates into the Chinese-American Shirley Temple Wong. After earning the friendship of the toughest girl in the class, she is included in the playground stickball games and becomes a loyal fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
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Great chapter book!