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Eight-year-old Steve Satlow is thrilled when Jackie Robinson moves into his Jewish neighborhood in Brooklyn in 1948, although many of his neighbors are not, and when Steve actually meets his hero he is even more excited--and worried that a misunderstanding over a Christmas tree could damage his new friendship.… (mais)
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Título:The Hero Two Doors Down: Based on the True Story of Friendship Between a Boy and a Baseball Legend
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The Hero Two Doors Down: Based on the True Story of Friendship Between a Boy and a Baseball Legend por Sharon Robinson

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Stephen is a baseball fan living in the NYC. He loves every chance he gets to spend an afternoon at the field with his dad or play baseball with his friends. He finds out that a black family is going to be moving into his neighborhood and many of the members in his community are not happy about it. When he finds out the family is none other than Jackie Robinson's he is beyond excited to be living next door to his hero. ( )
  kaileestrand | Feb 9, 2020 |
Grade level: 3-5
This book is about is about Steven an eight year old boy who lived in Brooklyn his favorite pass time is baseball. he food out about an African American family that was moving to his all Jewish neighbor and was excited to find out that ut was Jackie Robinson his baseball hero.

The Hero Two Doors Down celebrates diversity it reminds us that friendship isn't bound by the color of one's skin or religion. . This is a heartwarming story that is based on the true story of the friendship between Jackie Robinson, a legendary African American baseball player and a young Jewish boy named Steve Satlow, who looked too Jackie as a hero.
Read this book to find out how it ends. How many kids can say they got to meet their hero? ( )
  lewisl6 | Apr 29, 2019 |
Overall I enjoyed The Hero Two Doors Down: Based on the True Story of Friendship between a Boy and a Baseball Legend by Sharon Robinson. I thought it was a very feel good story, but I did find myself wondering if any of my students would not “abandon it” after reading a chapter or two. I think this book requires a mature reader to really appreciate some of the topics presented - race, religion, racism, and death. I can see some boys, or girls in my class picking the book up thinking that it may be about Jackie as a baseball player, but really it is about Jackie, the human being.
I do think this would be a great class read aloud. All of those topics in the book could turn into great discussions, let by the teacher. I think this book offers the opportunity for some great dialog in the classroom.
  ANeary490 | Apr 20, 2019 |
Based on the true story of a boy in Brooklyn who became neighbors and friends with his hero, Jackie Robinson.

Steven Satlow is an eight-year-old boy living in Brooklyn, New York, which means he only cares about one thing-the Dodgers. Steve and his father spend hours reading the sports pages and listening to games on the radio. Aside from an occasional run-in with his teacher, life is pretty simple for Steve.

But then Steve hears a rumor that an African American family is moving to his all-Jewish neighborhood. It's 1948 and some of his neighbors are against it. His hero, Jackie Robinson, broke the color barrier in baseball the year before.

Then it happens--Steve's new neighbor is none other than Jackie Robinson! Steve is beyond excited about living two doors down from the Robinson family. He can't wait to meet Jackie. This is going to be the best baseball season yet! How many kids ever get to become friends with their hero?
  Clippers | Dec 21, 2017 |
The Hero Two Doors Down by Sharon Robinson is a story about a boy whose hero moves into his neighborhood. It is very significant because this story takes place during a time when color barriers were being broken on and off the baseball field. The book is told in Stephen Satlow's voice and we get to see how his friendship with Jackie Robinson and his family affects his life. This would be a great book to show middle school students see how different people dealt with diversity. I loved how this book is based on a true story and at the end you see actual pictures of Stephen Satlow and Sharon Robinson. ( )
  SWONroyal | Oct 3, 2017 |
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