The Brooklyn Nine

by Alan Gratz

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    • Grades: 5 - 9
    • Ages: 10 - 14
    • Format: Paperback Book
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Short Summary
Generations of the Schneider family love baseball and the guidance it offers—through centuries of upheaval and change!

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Baseball Fans, Linked Short Stories That Boost Confidence for Young Readers, Meaty Discussion Topics About American Life, Fascinating Characters and Situations

Topics and Themes:
Immigration, Baseball, Child Labor, Alcohol Abuse, Women’s Rights, Prejudice

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Baseball is in the Schneider family blood. Each member of this family, from family founder Felix Schneider in the 1800s to Snider Flint in the present day, has a strong tie to the game and to Brooklyn. Through the years, this family has dodged bullets on a battlefield, pitched perfect games, and dealt with the devastating loss of family and the Brooklyn Dodgers. Nine innings, nine generations. One game, one family. And through it all, one thing remains certain: the bonds of family are as strong as the love of the game.
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    • Grades: 5 - 9
    • Ages: 10 - 14
  • Product Type: Book
  • Page Count: 320 pages
  • Dimensions: 5 1/4" x 7 5/8"
  • Language: English
  • ISBN 13: 978-0-545-24084-0

Editorial Reviews

"Economic uncertainty, prejudice, and the threat of violence are ever-present concerns, and the accurate, tough-minded depiction of these issues is the novel's greatest strength." —School Library Journal