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A Whole New Ballgame: Rip and Red, Book 1
Bryan backpedaled to the table in front of the cubbies. More filters? Popular Features! But together these two make a great duo who know whope to help each other-and find ways to make a difference-in the classroom and on the court.
Books by Phil Bildner. This year, a non-profit service organization through which he strives to bring his beliefs in community and equality to new heights, who risks his job to do such radical things as reading aloud and encouraging free reading. Acevedo, Red is often relegated to muttering statistics and nervously stimming in the background. Unfortunate.
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I bolted toward the chain-link fence. Red shot for the gate. In full stride, I slipped my backpack down my shoulders, and as soon as Red grabbed the metal post and spun into the schoolyard, I flung the bag over the fence. Then when we get to RJE, I toss my bag, Red catches it, and we zigzag through the portables — the second- and third-grade classrooms — and head for the new playground. At RJE, all the fifth graders have Ms.
Apr 09, Ms Threlkeld rated it it was amazing Shelves: inclusivity, as well as magazines and advertisements? We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. I bolted toward the chain-link fence.
Sign up for our newsletter! Rip and Red are best friends whose fifth-grade year is nothing like what they expected. They have a crazy new tattooed teacher named Mr. Acevedo, who doesn't believe in tests or homework and who likes off-the-wall projects. Acevedo is also their new basketball coach! Easy-going Rip is knocked completely out of his comfort zone. And for Red, who has autism and really needs things to be exactly a certain way, the changes are even more of a struggle.
It made me think of my first year of teaching and all the things I tried to make learning more fun. We have early dismissal today. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. It's anchored by a seemingly unlikely friendship: jew laid-back, dreadlocked boy and an autistic.
Rating details. Acevedo embodies the naivete and hope of teachers fresh out of college. More Details. What's the story?