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by Justin Reichman

Download The Green - Touchdown Edition (Dream Series) ePub
  • ISBN 0970899297
  • ISBN13 978-0970899293
  • Language English
  • Author Justin Reichman
  • Publisher Scobre Press (August 1, 2003)
  • Pages 136
  • Formats rtf lit lrf txt
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Sports and Outdoors
  • Size ePub 1641 kb
  • Size Fb2 1987 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 771

The Green is a comedic look at the sport of golf, as told through the eyes of Jason Green, the somewhat overweight class clown. After being forced to get a job at Whispering Canyons Golf Course, Jason is introduced to a cast of quirky characters. Hanging out with Eugene, a classmate who is definitely not a part of the cool crowd, Jason begins to learn about golf. He gets better at the sport quickly and even starts to lose some weight. In gaining self-confidence, he begins to realize that maybe the cool kids aren t so cool after all and that maybe he s not just the fat kid who s good for a laugh. Maybe he s a golfer. The Green captures the attention of young readers as we follow Jason on a hilarious journey of self-exploration... and goofy pants.

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Hucama
I'm very proud to admit here that I knew Justin Reichman way back when. So in the interest of full disclosure, you may want to take my short review here with a grain of salt.
Truth be told, I wouldn't pick up this book otherwise. I hate golf. Boring, environmentally destructive, expensive, the list goes on. But after reading 'the green,' I've found myself wanting to get out for a round or two on the links.
It is the characters that make this book great. Our protagonist, Jason is every bit as smart, thoughtful, funny, and vulnerable as all of us can be in our pre-teen years. And through his eyes, we make an amazing transition in this book.
Eugene, the geeky golf nut, is good for more than a few laughs and has some insights as well. Phil, the awkward maitenance man/golf ball cleaner at the local club throws in a few laughs as well.
The story is expertly crafted and thoughtfully told. I can recomend this book to any youngster or parent who either 1. loves golf, or 2. breathes.
happy reading!
Dibei
It's inspiring to read a book for young adults that's as well written as "The Green". I was incredibly pleased to find such a talented author devoting his time and energy to this unusually creative tale.
Justin Reichman set this wonderful coming of age story against the backdrop of a Washington State Golf Camp. He captures what can often be an awkward time of soul searching with above average prose and understanding.
The author has done young readers a great service by treating them intelligently and providing them with this positive and thoughtful book.
"The Green" concludes with a series of thoughtful reading comprehention questions and essay ideas, a great asset to parents, teachers, and readers alike. Educators have called Justin Reichman the heir apparent to Judy Bloom. After reading, "The Green", I agree. He is one of, if not the premier, young adult author writing today.
Binar
This is an interesting and well-written book. Jason Green, an overweight teen, makes insightful observations about the world around him. Although the theme is golf, something I'm not particularly interested in, I was drawn in by a story that ultimately tells you that you have to be true to yourself, and loyal to your friends.
Nern
This book is an excellent and funny read. My favorite part is the main character, Jason Green. His voice is wry and sassy
and full of keen observations about the world around him. Jason certainly has his own particualr point of view. Jason's character is written with real human feelings and a voice that will teach you about golf, friendship, loyalty, physical fitness and most of all about being true to yourself during the often painfull process of adolescent self discovery.
This book is a touching and worthwile read, especially for the young adult with a sense of humor. It is also a fantastic teaching resource for the 5th grade (I know a 5th gread teacher using it in his classroom this year...)
-Erin
Jerinovir
I just read this amazing book last week. I'm probably not the intended audience (I am 25 years old), but I was thoroughly entertained and inspired nonetheless! Whether you are a child or adult, the story of Jason Green reinforces the power of friendship in our lives. And it reminds us how important honesty is, with ourselves and others.
Many congratulations are due to Justin Reichman for writing such an inspired story! I'm ready for the next!
Xava
Excellent, excellent read. This book is packed-full of authentic emotion professionally delivered by a talented author. Not often is it so easy to identify with a main character and wish for their success. Perfect for the adolescent or any aged reader.