"CRASH!" Young George (Babe) Ruth sends his friends' baseball right through a kitchen window. George runs in fear all the way to his father's tavern, where he finds a dollar. That's enough money to buy ice cream for all his friends to make up for the lost ball! So he takes it. Even as a boy Babe Ruth was generous. But sometimes, it got him into big trouble.......
|Title||:||Babe Ruth and the Ice Cream Mess (Childhood of Famous Americans)|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Babe Ruth and the Ice Cream Mess (Childhood of Famous Americans) Reviews
I thought this book was going to have a good moral or teach children something but it didn't. It also didn't have anything to do with Babe Ruth's life as a baseball player so I don't know how I would use this book in the classroom either, so it wasn't my favorite beginning reader book. Beginning Reader.
I found Babe Ruth and the Ice Cream Mess through a library search while planning a classroom guidance lesson related to stealing. Although it is recommended for ages 5-7, I consider the book to be inappropriate for young children. It references child abuse and children being permanently sent away for misbehavior. As an elementary school counselor, I would not consider sharing this book with any children in my school. I was shocked to see that it is an AR book which means kids will be drawn to it in an effort to rack up their points. Reader beware. ~ Maureen King
I made an 80 on this AR Test