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Shoeless Joe and Me (Baseball Card Adventure Series)

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Sholless Joe And Me By:Dan Gutman

There are 2 main charters in this story the first ones name is Joe Stoshack. Joe Stoshack can travel through time and went back in time to save Joe Jackson¿s career. The other main character is Joe Jackson he is a baseball player and is the best player. His highest scor...
There are 2 main charters in this story the first ones name is Joe Stoshack. Joe Stoshack can travel through time and went back in time to save Joe Jackson¿s career. The other main character is Joe Jackson he is a baseball player and is the best player. His highest score is .408. The plot of this story is that a bunch of people bet that the White Sox would lose so they paid the people on the White Sox 20,000 dollars each to lose on purpose. The setting of this story is 1919 at the World Series. It mostly took place in Joe Jackson¿s hotel. The theme for this story is never take money from someone to do something bad. you should always do what you think is right. I liked this story because I thought it was cool that Joe Stoshack got to go back in time and meet the greatest baseball player that ever lived.

posted by Anonymous on December 17, 2007

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    Posted February 7, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2013

    Okay

    Could be longer though.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2012

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    Awsome

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2011

    Great book

    Loved the whole book. It had you hanging on the edge of your seat. Definetly a must read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2009

    Good Fantasy Baseball Book

    A kid named Joseph Stoshack also known as Stosh lives in Louisville, Kentucky. He can travel through time by putting a baseball card on his chest. Whatever year the card is that's the year he goes to. Stosh went back to the year 1919. Joe meets a man on the White Sox named Shoeless Joe Jackson. Jackson and Stosh went to the game, but some people on the White Sox were in on a fix. For me, a positive about the book was after traveling to 1919 and coming back, Stosh won his Little League World Series. I also liked how Joe Stoshack could travel through time. I like Stosh because we both love baseball. In my opinion, the story could have kept going on one particular subject. I liked the ending but it could have had more to it and that would have made it better. It ended very abruptly. The writing style of the author was first person point of view. At certain point in the story, it was clear. This book is not a challenging book to read it was an easy read. The book is straightforward at times, but it also can be complicated and make you think. I would only recommend this book to people who like baseball. It is all about baseball, so if you don't understand or like baseball, it's for you. The book talks about the history of the 1919 White Sox World Series. Otherwise, this book is very interesting. A similar novel to this is "The Natural". Two movies that are similar to this book are "Field of Dreams" and "Eight Men Out". This is a wonderful book for a sports fan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2004

    A great book!

    I loved this book. It was especially funny when Stosh asked Shoeless Joe for a can of coke.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2013

    Great to take a step back in baseball history.

    Good account of Shoeless Joe in the history of baseball. Easy to read; middle school kids interested in baseball today will get a better feel for the sport by understanding the past.

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