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Time For Kids: Jackie Robinson: Strong Inside and Out (Time for Kids Biographies) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-06-21 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0060576006
LANGUAGE: English

" Excellent book about Jackie Robinson. " said.

" Simple life story of Jackie Robinson " said.

" Time for Kids: Jackie Robinson: Strong Inside and Out by Denise Lewis Patrick and the editors of “Time for Kids” is a chapter book biography intended for readers in grades two through four. I gave it four stars. Jackie Robinson was the first African American to play baseball for a modern major-league team. This chapter book follows Jackie’s life as it takes the reader from his home as a young boy in California, to his college years at UCLA, to his years fighting in World War II, to his participation in Major League Baseball, and to his retirement. Facts are written in a simple and straightforward manner, allowing the reader to really make meaning and take away information from the text. The story is inset with real photographs of Jackie and his family, fast facts about baseball, and the history of Civil Rights in the United States. Readers can see and feel the historical connection between Jackie’s participation in major league baseball and how the country reacted to him. This book’s layout is appealing and magazine-like, allowing the reader to stay engaged and motivated with short and manageable sections of text and illustrations. Jackie’s determination and drive to play baseball and look past all who were prejudice against him, to truly be “strong inside and out” will connect with readers to always keep trying, even in the face of hardship. For, at the end of a hard path, there can be happiness, just as there was for Jackie Robinson!" said.

" Excellent book about Jackie Robinson. " said.

" Simple life story of Jackie Robinson " said.

" Time for Kids: Jackie Robinson: Strong Inside and Out by Denise Lewis Patrick and the editors of “Time for Kids” is a chapter book biography intended for readers in grades two through four. I gave it four stars. Jackie Robinson was the first African American to play baseball for a modern major-league team. This chapter book follows Jackie’s life as it takes the reader from his home as a young boy in California, to his college years at UCLA, to his years fighting in World War II, to his participation in Major League Baseball, and to his retirement. Facts are written in a simple and straightforward manner, allowing the reader to really make meaning and take away information from the text. The story is inset with real photographs of Jackie and his family, fast facts about baseball, and the history of Civil Rights in the United States. Readers can see and feel the historical connection between Jackie’s participation in major league baseball and how the country reacted to him. This book’s layout is appealing and magazine-like, allowing the reader to stay engaged and motivated with short and manageable sections of text and illustrations. Jackie’s determination and drive to play baseball and look past all who were prejudice against him, to truly be “strong inside and out” will connect with readers to always keep trying, even in the face of hardship. For, at the end of a hard path, there can be happiness, just as there was for Jackie Robinson!" said.

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