From an early age, everything was always very easy for her: However, Nora does not like to perform or be pushed around. She in no way wants to attract attention to herself.
During the third game of the World Series, did Babe Ruth really predict his long home run to straightaway centerfield? When Joe has the chance to use one of his baseball cards to travel back to with his father, he takes the opportunity.
Stoshack, Joe's father, who has never spent much time with his son, has been recently laid off from his job, and he has high hopes for using the trip to to make money. Arriving in in New York City, Joe and his father almost immediately meet the great Babe Ruth, who offers to give them as many autographs as they would like.
Through several encounters with the baseball player, Joe gets to know him personally, and finds Babe Ruth to be a fascinating, complicated person. The baseball player even gives Joe and his father tickets to game three of the World Series, so they join the New York Yankees on the train ride to Chicago for the game.
When Joe's father is thrown out of the game for causing a commotion in trying to get the attention of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Joe is on his own to see for himself whether or not Babe Ruth predicted his famous hit.
After the game, Joe is reunited his father, who amazingly has managed to obtain the ball that Babe Ruth hit for his most famous home run.
Together father and son return home to the present with a newfound trust, understanding, and admiration for each other. He attended Rutgers University, planning on a career on psychology, but after a few years of graduate school, he decided that he instead wanted to pursue a career in writing.
He began his career writing mostly humorous essays.
He tried writing magazine articles and screenplays, but experienced little success in publishing his work. InGutman started a video games magazine, and while working on the magazine, Gutman met his wife Nina, an illustrator hired to draw game screens. Inhe became a freelance writer, writing first about computers, and later about baseball.
Inhe decided to try writing for children. He has since written many fiction and non-fiction books about sports: He also travels to schools, using sports to help students become more excited about reading and writing. Gutman lives in Haddonfield, New Jersey, with his wife and two children.
Literature Circle Questions and Suggested Answers 1. How is Joe Stoshack able to travel through time? When he holds a baseball card from the s or older, Joe feels a tingling sensation, and in about five seconds, he is transported to the time and place of the card. What does Joe want to learn by visiting the third game of the World Series?A Listening Library Study Guide Middle Grade Unabridged Audio The Report Card by Andrew Clements Nora Rose Rowley has made it to fifth grade without anyone figuring out she’s not just an.
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