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Tagged Out The inner city Toronto Blues baseball team is having a lousy year Shortstop Nash and the Blues can t seem to win They especially hate losing to their archrivals the rich kids of the Parkhill Pirates

  • Title: Tagged Out
  • Author: Joyce Grant
  • ISBN: 9781459410756
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • The inner city Toronto Blues baseball team is having a lousy year Shortstop Nash and the Blues can t seem to win They especially hate losing to their archrivals, the rich kids of the Parkhill Pirates When all star player Jock joins the team, it looks like the Blues might be able to turn the season around The only problem When the Pirates find out that Jock is gay, theThe inner city Toronto Blues baseball team is having a lousy year Shortstop Nash and the Blues can t seem to win They especially hate losing to their archrivals, the rich kids of the Parkhill Pirates When all star player Jock joins the team, it looks like the Blues might be able to turn the season around The only problem When the Pirates find out that Jock is gay, they ambush Nash and Jock, and Nash has to decide if he wants to stand by his teammate.Download the free Teacher s Resource Guide

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    1. charlotte on said:

      Tagged Out tells the story of a school baseball team that gains an amazing new player, who happens to be gay. Our main character, Gnash, hates him on sight - and just so happens to be homophobic (but not even internally so - just flat out homophobic). Which, okay, but I don't necessarily feel like I want to read a book where I'm expected to sympathise (at least in part) with a homophobic character, and definitely not one where a character's sexuality is used as a plot device to teach said homoph [...]

    2. Patricia Turner on said:

      Tagged Out was an interesting read that will appeal to its desired audience. The story captivated me and pulled me into the story of Nash, Jock, and the entire Toronto Blues team. The characters were endearing and believable in their struggles to come to terms with their feelings about themselves and others. For those readers interested in baseball, it would be a must read. However, the themes and the characters delve much deeper and appeal to a wider audience. Helping to teach compassion and ac [...]

    3. Ms. Yingling on said:

      Copy received from the publisherNominated for the Cybils award by the publisherNash "Gnash" Calvecchio's inner-city Toronto baseball team isn't doing very well. The players just can't seem to get along well enough to use their skills to win. When new kid, Jock, arrives from New Jersey, they have some hope that he will be able to help, but the fact that he is openly gay causes tension on the team and with other kids as well. One of the most important games of the season is against the well-to-do [...]

    4. Ally Camble on said:

      This book was received from Netgalley for an honest review.Gnash is mistreated at home and a little bit at school: "If someone did something wrong and Gnash was nearby, teachers just assumed it was him." He's an angry kid and a bit of a bully himself. When Jock joins his baseball team, he finds a good target. Not only is Jock gay and very good at the game (both offensive to Gnash), he's also angry. While Gnash is mad at everyone, Jock focuses his attitude on the homophobic. It seems justifiable [...]

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