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42 ➶ [Reading] ➸ 42 By Aaron Rosenberg ➫ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A movie tie in novel about Jackie Robinson's life story In theaters 41213A novel based on the movie 42 a biopic about Jackie Robinson's history making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers as the first Af A movie tie in novel about Jackie Robinson's life story In theaters A novel based on the movie a biopic about Jackie Robinson's history making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers as the first African American Major League Baseball playerIncludes a full color insert of photos from the movie.

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • 42
  • Aaron Rosenberg
  • English
  • 04 June 2015
  • 9780545537537

About the Author: Aaron Rosenberg

Aaron Rosenberg is an award winning bestselling novelist children’s book author and game designer He's written original fiction including the NOOK bestselling humorous science fiction novel No Small Bills the Dread Remora space opera series and the OCLT supernatural thriller series tie in novels including the PsiPhi winner Collective Hindsight for Star Trek SCE the Daemon Gates tri.



10 thoughts on “42

  1. Brian Brian says:

    I think this was a good book but it didn't fit my personal interest It had a good story line and used details that made me feel like i was actually at the game listening to all the hate and hurtful comments that were thrown at Jackie my favorite character was Jackie Robinson because he was a fighter and blocked out all of the hate he also was an amazing baseball player and didn't care that he was African American he just wanted the play the sport and change the way people think and judge about his race my favorite part about the book was when there was another coach on the apposing team that kept giving Jackie hate every time he got up to bat the coach would start shouting out rude and hurtful things toward Jackie until one time after he bats and strikes out Jackie breaks he runs into the locker room and starts crying his coach walks in and tells him to be strong and block it out Jackie waited till next time he was up to bat to show what hes really got the coach comes back out screaming and yelling going crazy he blocks out the coach and hits a home run this book had some very sad scenes such as when he starts crying because he gets named called and picked on by people and even by some off his teammates this story gripped my attention because i wanted to see how Jackie would continue to impress and overcome obstacles I recomend this book to anyone who likes a heroic and fighter type novel

  2. Matthew Matthew says:

    I just read 42 The Official Movie Novel and I really liked the book To understand my review You must know a little about the book first In this book there is Jackie Robinson who is a African American baseball player who is trying to play in the MLB which all the players are white Throughout the novel he faces much discrimination and is even given death threats I gave this book a 5 out of 5 stars because it was on a topic that I love which is baseball I've been playing baseball since I was young and have always liked the sport One uote the author says is They reached Ebbets Field and as they entered the Dodgers locker room everyone there to stop to look at Jackie

  3. Ryan Ryan says:

    Jackie Robinson is all about being who you are and not caring what other people say Your skin color shouldn't matter at all it is about who you are on the inside Anyone should be aloud to do anything no matter their color facial marks America has to much excluding in it and it needs to stop This is my claim on 42 The Jackie Robinson StoryThis book is for anyone who likes baseball Also this book would be for kids ages 9 14 If there is anyone who doesn't like being discriminated they should read this book and they might get some courage to not care what people say Nobody likes being made fun of so anyone should read this book to say I don't care what you think

  4. Maddie Maddie says:

    The book is about an African American wanting to play for a big league team and gets the chance to play for the dodgers They treat him not eual to the other players since he is African Soon they find out that he is one of the best in the league Now he is in the hall of fame for standing up for what he wanted and being one of the best

  5. Matt Matt says:

    The book is good because it tell me the struggle Jackie went through Jackie Robinson inspired me to good things in the world

  6. Jamie Cho Jamie Cho says:

    He's a first african american baseball player in the MLB

  7. Reed Hilton Reed Hilton says:

    This book is an autobiography of Jackie Robinson the first african american to play in the MLB When Jackie first joined the MLB he was on a succesful team the Dodgers when Jackie first joined the team he was hated and made fun of by almost all the white people that followed or played baseball including players on his own team Jackie was taught to turn the other cheek by a close friend who without Jackie would have never been able to handle all the terrible comments He was a white man but an important man in the baseball league Jackie also had a teammate by the name of Pee Wee Reese who was also a white male He stood by Jackie when the others would make fun of him Jackie was one of the best on the team over time the other players on the Dodgers came to realize that Jackie was just as good as they were if not better His teammates started showing him respect even when the croud was not Jackie never showed any form of anger or hate toward the croud he turned the other cheek I thought this book was really good I thought it was exciting and fun to read I really enjoyed reading it because baseball is one of my favorite sports to play and watch I know a lot about the sport so I understood a lot of the book The MLB is very different today about how they treat blacks and whites There are plenty of Black players and there are plenty of white players Really today all they do is judge on how good they are Overall I thought this book was very good

  8. Tommy W Tommy W says:

    This is about jackie Robinson and how he started his baseball career He was in the negro baseball league and the moved up to the MLB He played for the Brooklyn Dodgers When he was on the Dodgers the players did not want anything to do with him and ignored him They wouldn't shower or do anything that he did Once they realized that he was a good baseball player I think they started to like him a little better After all he was the first african american baseball player I thought this book was really good I thought it was exciting and fun to read I really enjoyed reading it because baseball is my favorite sport to play and watch I know a lot about baseball so I understood a lot of the book The MLB is very different today about how they treat blacks and whites There are plenty of Black players and there are plenty of white players Really today all they do is judge on how good they are Overall I thought this book was very good

  9. Zach Howe Zach Howe says:

    42 Jackie Robinson by Aaron Rosenberg Genre Non Fiction # of pages 154Characters Jackie Robinson An african american baseball player was in a war officer MrRickey The general manager for the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team Ebbets Field Loud big where Jackie’s first major league game was Theme Don’t listen to what bad people have to say Plot 1 MrRickey wants to recruit and African American in the National Baseball League 2 Jackie is brought to Brooklyn by MrRicky’s assistants 3 Jackie marries Rachel and they have a kid 4 Jackie is at spring training but he gets bad comments from his teammates 5 Jackie gets onto the Brooklyn Dodgers Jackie teammates accept him as a teammateReview I really like this book I would wonder if Jackie would get beaten up or if he would be accepted by his teammates I would recommend this to people who like Jackie Robinson and baseball

  10. Matthew M Matthew M says:

    Genre Non FictionPages160Author Aaron RosenbergSummary This book is about Jackie Robinson and how he started off baseball in the negro league and made it to the MLB to the Brooklyn He started off his career with his teammates not wanting to shower with him just because he was black After they got used to him they started respecting him But people still didn't like him because he was the first African American baseball playercomment This was a great book I Loved it so much because it shows a lot of respect but also it shows disrespect but that turns into respect by the end of the book I think everyone should read this book even if you don't like baseball because its not about the game its about that stuff that happened

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