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Kick It, Mo! (Mo Jackson) de David A. Adler
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Kick It, Mo! (Mo Jackson) (edició 2019)

de David A. Adler (Autor)

Sèrie: Mo Jackson

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242778,261 (3.67)No n'hi ha cap
This fourth title in the perenially popular, Geisel Award-winning Level 2 readers series features a sport that's a kid favorite: soccer! The soccer season is starting, and Mo has been working hard on his kicking skills so he can help his team, the Billy Goats, score a goal. But when he gets on the field on game day, it seems like all he gets to do is run back and forth. Will Mo ever get the chance to show his team what he can do?… (més)
Membre:rachelmentzer
Títol:Kick It, Mo! (Mo Jackson)
Autors:David A. Adler (Autor)
Informació:Penguin Young Readers (2019), Edition: Reprint, 32 pages
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Mo may not be the best player on his soccer team but he certainly tries hard! After practicing and struggling with his soccer-kicking skills, it's finally time for the big game. When the score is tied, can Mo help his team out?

This early reader is cute and shows the value of perseverance, without being preachy or didactic. It also has a POC protagonist and a diverse cast of other characters.

The only reason I didn't rank this higher is because it seemed to be almost exactly the same story as a previous Mo book I read, except with a different sport. While I found that a bit dull, young kids (especially those just learning how to read) will most likely enjoy the predictability of the series' format. ( )
  sweetiegherkin | Oct 22, 2019 |
I can't explain why, but for some reason I was absolutely sure when I saw this latest book in this easy reader series that the illustrator had changed. I have no idea why. Weird.

Anyways, Mo, the dark-skinned sports enthusiast of the previous books, has returned. He has a big soccer game coming up and is determined to practice his kicks. His parents aren't quite so thrilled, especially when he practices inside, but they take him outdoors to work on his technique. Mo needs a lot of work; he's got enthusiasm and determination, but not much else.

Out on the field, he's the smallest of his team, which includes a range of skin tones and genders, as well as one girl in a head scarf. They're up against a bigger, but equally diverse team. Their coach, a black woman, reminds them how to kick and the game begins. Mo is soon tired out from chasing the ball, but when he finally gets a chance to kick it, will he mess up again?

The simple illustrations show a diverse, both in visible race and size, group of kids facing off against an equally diverse but generally bigger team. The backgrounds are mostly simple grass green and blue sky, keeping the emphasis on the words. Text is shown primarily on light blue sky or white background. The text is simple and repetitive, listed as a level I.

Verdict: There are no other easy readers (that I can think of at the moment) that feature real kids playing sports, so this is a must-have for your library section. It will be interesting to see if Mo continues his way through less well-known sports (hockey? lacrosse?) now that he's done the big four.

ISBN: 9780425289815; Published 2018 by Penguin; Review copy provided by publisher; Donated to the library
  JeanLittleLibrary | Sep 29, 2018 |
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This fourth title in the perenially popular, Geisel Award-winning Level 2 readers series features a sport that's a kid favorite: soccer! The soccer season is starting, and Mo has been working hard on his kicking skills so he can help his team, the Billy Goats, score a goal. But when he gets on the field on game day, it seems like all he gets to do is run back and forth. Will Mo ever get the chance to show his team what he can do?

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