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The forbidden temptation of baseball

Dori Jones Yang

The forbidden temptation of baseball

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Baseball,
  • Chinese,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • History,
  • Fathers and sons,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Sent to New England in the 1870s as a part of a Chinese educational mission, Leon falls in love with baseball, even though he is forbidden to play, and learns more about America with the help of his host father, who has recently lost his own son in an accident.

    Edition Notes

    StatementDori Jones Yang
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.Y1933 Fo 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination241 pages
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26941301M
    ISBN 109781943006328
    LC Control Number2017029296


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"The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball" by Dori Jones Yang is an outstanding book. Although this is historical fiction based upon true, but little-known events surrounding a group of young Chinese boys who came to study in New England during the s, the underlying themes are very relevant to today/5(17).

The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball by Dori Jones Yang is an outstanding book. Although this is historical fiction based upon true, but little-known events surrounding a group of young Chinese boys who came to study in New England during the s, the underlying themes are very relevant to today/5(25).

"The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball" by Dori Jones Yang is an outstanding book. Although this is historical fiction based upon true, but little-known events surrounding a group of young Chinese boys who came to study in New England during the s, the underlying themes are very relevant to today/5.

The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball is a lively, poignant, and nuanced novel based on a little-known episode from history, when boys were sent to New England by the Emperor of China in the s.

This story dramatizes both the rigid expectations and the wrenching alienation felt by many foreign children in America today—and richly.

The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball is a lively, poignant, and nuanced novel based on a little-known episode from history, when boys were sent to New England by the Emperor of China in the s. This story dramatizes both the rigid expectations and the wrenching alienation felt by many foreign children in America today--and richly.

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The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball {Book Review} The boy and I discovered The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball by Dori Jones Yang in an email regarding back to school reads. We thought it sounded like good read, so I requested it for him to review on his book blog, A Boy's Books.

The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball. For her newest book, The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball, Dori Jones Yang researched the s Chinese Educational Mission to the United ated by the image of Chinese boys with Manchu-required queues playing baseball in small New England towns, Yang wrote this novel to help American kids understand what it’s like for foreigners to adapt to.

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Yang’s young adult novel focuses on a fictional protagonist. By Dori Jones Yang, author of The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball. In writing my new book, The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball, I had the opportunity to research what a typical day was like for Chinese students in the book takes place in Connecticut, during the yearand tells the story of the Chinese Education Mission, a program set up by the Chinese Emperor who sent "The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball" is a Foreword INDIES finalist in Juvenile Fiction (Children's).

A Chinese boy struggles to adapt to American life–and discovers baseball. Despite his impulsive nature, twelve-year-old Leon is determined to follow the Emperor’s rules―to live with an American family and study hard But he also must keep the.

Yang’s latest book, The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball, won the Freeman Book Award for books about Asia in the young adult/high school literature category. It also won five other awards. Biography.

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The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball is a lively, poignant, and nuanced novel based on a little-known episode from history, when boys were sent to New England by the Emperor of China in the s. This story dramatizes both the rigid expectations and the wrenching alienation felt by many foreign children in America today—and richly.

Sent to New England in the s as a part of a Chinese educational mission, Leon falls in love with baseball, even though he is forbidden to play, and learns more about America with the help of his host father, who has recently lost his own son in an accident.

Update: Freeman Book Award Winner. The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball was awarded the Freeman Book Award. This annual award, sponsored by the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA), the Committee on Teaching about Asia (CTA) of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), and Asia for Educators (AFE) at Columbia University, recognizes quality books for children.

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The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball, is a middle-grade novel for readers 10 to 14 and takes place in New England in At Woo Ka-Leong (known to his American friends as Leon) arrives in Connecticut as part of a group of boys sent by the emperor on the (real historical) Chinese Educational Mission to the United States.

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About the Awards. In the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA), the Committee on Teaching about Asia (CTA) of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), and Asia for Educators (AFE) at Columbia University.Dori Jones Yang is a writer who aims to build bridges between cultures and between generations.

Author of a wide variety of books for different audiences, she loves to explore different countries, explain complex issues in understandable language, and make history come alive.GOLD: The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball, by Dori Jones Yang (SparkPress) SILVER: Choose Your Path: Adventures in American Jewish History, by Shoshana Hantman (Sidney Books) BRONZE: On a LARP (A Sid Rubin Silicon Alley Adventure), by Stefani Deoul (Bywater Books).