Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award

Soar

on September 7, 2017

Bauer, Joan, Soar.

Baseball is life for Jeremiah Lopper even though a serious health issue keeps him off the field.  So when his robot-building dad has the opportunity to work to a town with a championship baseball team, he is overjoyed. Jeremiah’s joy soon turns to concern when a scandal rocks the High School team, with devastating consequences. Can Jeremiah’s can-do spirit bring baseball back to this heartbroken community?


10 Responses to “Soar”

  1. Cody says:

    It Is really sad how he has heart promblems but how he has a love for baseball is a different story

  2. Anonymous says:

    good but a little sad

  3. Ryan Smith says:

    i love the end of the book because she says i love baseball every hit, every miss, every person

  4. vegetarian taco says:

    Soar is a good inspirational book because Jerimiah is battling heart desiese and he still coachs baseball, he loves it, and he never gives up.

  5. the mute says:

    i haven’t read this book yet but i want to

  6. Troydan says:

    i like it

  7. Rac says:

    I think that this book is a good book to read
    because it teaches you to have self confidence if you are like the boy in the book and are sick.

  8. RyGuy Creations says:

    This book teaches you to have empathy for one another. It also teaches you a little about baseball! I love this book.

  9. Rozy-Pozy says:

    So far I love the book Soar. It is a very good book because the describing words are perfect. It brings the story alive

  10. zesty jalapeno says:

    I love the book because it is about a kid battling a sickness. Also i like how it is about baseball.

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