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You have to read this! We need to expand your football book repertoire. Me wondering where on Earth a 5th grade boy learned to use language like "repertoire": Yes, I will read it!
I'm so glad that happened because, yes, I did need to expand my football book repertoire. I was totally unfamiliar with the book and only vaguely knew that Mike Lupica wrote sports books can't keep them on the shelves.
Now, I want to read more Mike Lupica books and more football books. This is a wonderful story about football, but also about love, purpose, teamwork and making a comeback in life.
I really loved this book. By the way, the student also checked in on my reading periodically, including quizzes!
I passed every question! Dec 12, Dj Bynum rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is about a 12 year old runningback named Will Tyler that has the passion to play football and fight for his team.
The Book the Underdogs is a great book for football lovers and a inspiration for people that dont believe in miracles. I liked this book because it tells people to never give up on your dream and that they also come true.
This book is a great book for children, parents, teachers, and coaches because it tells people my age or even if an adult is struggling with a job or financ This book is about a 12 year old runningback named Will Tyler that has the passion to play football and fight for his team.
This book is a great book for children, parents, teachers, and coaches because it tells people my age or even if an adult is struggling with a job or finance that there are good days and bad days and not to quit when it is a bad day.
This book is also good for people that lost a family member because Will lost his mother at a very young age. Will lives in a town called Forbes,Pa.
Since the team doesnt have anymore money and they need 10, just for uniforms Will writes to the National Company and aprooves then the team was back in business.
The team still needed a coach so they decided to hire Will father. During this Will meets a girl named Hannah that is very athletic. She is very interested in playing football.
Their relationship is starting to get closer. Will wins the championship game against the best team by scoring the final touchdown.
This is a great ending to this book because Will team finally a championship and that he made up for his mistake which he tripped into a ditch last year.
This is also good because Will football team prooved to the town that dreams come true. The things I didnt like about the book was that it more than it shouldve been so Mike Lipuca really got in to something.
But as I said this is a great book for children and for adults. Feb 14, Darrion Lucas rated it really liked it. I think this book is very interesting.
I t made it better because I love sports. This book shows how if you got a dream follow it never give up and you can succeed. They win the championship.
Mar 21, Andrew rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked this book and I like the author. Mike Lupica has written a lot of sports books that I plan on reading.
This was my first book from the author so plan on reading the others. Even though this book did not have an around the world adventure, it was about a small adventure that one boys team had.
I do not know a lot about football and I like to learn, so I did like learning new things in this book. The Underdogs is a story about boy and his team that love to play football but do nit have en I liked this book and I like the author.
The Underdogs is a story about boy and his team that love to play football but do nit have enough money and players to go through the season.
Will Tyler has his heart set on playing this season. The city does not have enough money to pay for the team. So Will writes a letter to the new balance company saying how much this matters to him and what his problem is.
New balance becomes inspired and sponsors Will's team. They then have a team and play a guy short to win the little league championship.
But there was a time when I did not live in Highland Park and my family did not have enough money to pay for the things we wanted.
We did not go skiing or do gymnastics as little kids because there was not enough money. My parents did not ask for money but earned it by taking on other jobs and hours.
Jan 27, Tammi Peterman added it Shelves: This is an intermediate chapter book suited for grades This is a great independent read-though it may be challenging, the content and play by play action will keep the student motivated to keep reading.
I selected this book because the students interest inventory indicated he enjoys playing football. The student also indicated that he enjoys adventure stories and while this is not a traditional adventure story the struggle Will Tyler experiences to fund and build a place to play and build a This is an intermediate chapter book suited for grades The student also indicated that he enjoys adventure stories and while this is not a traditional adventure story the struggle Will Tyler experiences to fund and build a place to play and build a team even after many of the players are forced to leave the town because of the poor local economy are real life adventures.
The piece has plenty of play by play football action which I think the student will enjoy and keep him motivated to read. The amount of play by play action and football references will make this a fast read for the student.
The book touches on a lot of social issues kids in the age group face including family tragedy, financial hardships and fitting in which are woven nicely into a story about football.
This book was written by a very well known sports writer and ESPN commentator. This book is about a boy your age who loses his football team but he does everything he can to put a team together so he can play again.
Will deals with a lot of obstacles to play football but he proves when you really love something you will find a way to make it work just as Will has to find a way to make his team work.
Jan 12, Exander rated it really liked it. I really liked this book, it relates to me because we have a small team at our school.
I can also relate to this book because I have a love for football and the main character also has a love for football. This book shows the hardships that some people have to go through like getting people out for a sport or even trying to love a thing that you loved but got taken away from you.
Will Tyler is a boy from Forbes who can fly on the field. The thing is he might not ha Personal Response: The thing is he might not have another season because his school says there's not enough money in the budget to have a team.
Will will try anything to get a season and he tries the hail mary pass. Will writes a letter to New Balance hoping to get sponsored by them. I would recommend this book to anyone who has a love for sports even if it isn't football because you can then relate to the character through that.
I would also recommend it to anyone who cant read well or doesn't like to read because it is a very easy read. I would also recommend it to anyone who wants to read a good book Feb 27, Joe Gerard rated it really liked it.
How would you like it if you came within a few yards of beating the football team you despise the most? Will Tyler didn't like it, and I'm pretty sure, if you were in his shoes, you wouldn't either.
The Underdogs, by Mike Lupica is about how Will Tyler came within a few yards of beating his rival football team in the championship.
Plus, his football team he played on wasn't able to play anymore, because the business that funded it, went out of business.
After he hears the bad news, Will goes to How would you like it if you came within a few yards of beating the football team you despise the most?
After he hears the bad news, Will goes to the park, and meets a girl named Hannah who is the best football player he has ever seen.
She can kick, she can pass, she can catch. Read and find out. I thought the book was good. The main reason, the plot was realistic and believable.
Like it was an actual, true story. The book had good imagery, it was like I was actually watching a movie. The characters were believable.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is into realistic fiction, or sports. Jan 27, Spencer added it. Readers will feel the hardships of Will Tyler's football team, and his great passion for football.
A twelve year old can only do so much, when it comes to funding the whole team with money so they can have equipment to play.
Will did everything considering the circumstances, he even mailed a letter to a factory to see if they could sponsor the team to get money. In this book mike lupica really shows you how much Will loves the game of football and what he will do not only for him but for his tea Readers will feel the hardships of Will Tyler's football team, and his great passion for football.
In this book mike lupica really shows you how much Will loves the game of football and what he will do not only for him but for his team as well.
Mike also puts together both serious and uplifting moments throughout this book. The constant conflict between will and trying to get his team back on track keeps you reading to see what he will do next.
Jan 22, Josh rated it it was amazing. This book is a great book because it shows how a team that had nothing, and worked it way up to the top to win their league championship.
Despite all of there disadvantages, the bulldogs pulled off becoming a true underdog team. I also really liked this book because the coach of the team, who was a former star football player before his dreams were shattered when he severely injured his knee, got the chance to get back on the field and coach the team to victory.
In this book it also shows how Wi This book is a great book because it shows how a team that had nothing, and worked it way up to the top to win their league championship.
In this book it also shows how Will Tyler, who blew the championship game the year before because of a fumble, got a chance to redeem himself to become the key culprit of the team by intercepting the ball and running it back for a pick 6 to win the championship game in overtime.
This book is a great book because it teaches morals of great teamwork and to believe that you can do all things. Mar 31, Bronson rated it really liked it.
It was about a football team that had no money. Will tried to find a way to get a coach uniforms and players.
He wrote a letter to New balance. The owner decided he would sponsor there team. New Balance bought them cleats helmets pads and jerseys. I didn't like it because Will sounded selfish at some points.
Will was selfish when he wouldn't let a girl play with them at first. Will's dad wouldn't help his son at football. Will couldn't get Toby to play at first but he had to talk to him for a It was about a football team that had no money.
Will couldn't get Toby to play at first but he had to talk to him for a long time before got convinced. I liked it because it had sports involved in the book.
I liked how the underdog team with ten players ended up being good. They didn't seem good at first. They eventually played good. They went on to win the championship.
Nov 03, Samuel Gerend rated it it was ok. In the book, "The Underdogs" there is a lot of fight from kids. They show how they want to be champions and want to win everything.
I thought this was different because in middle school I would think it would be for fun. This book to me wasn't very interesting because it is shown toward the audience of middle schoolers.
However, the book shows that kids love to play football. I like how it really gets into the minds of the players and shows what they think about the game, their life, or football In the book, "The Underdogs" there is a lot of fight from kids.
I like how it really gets into the minds of the players and shows what they think about the game, their life, or football in general. I didn't like how it is childish, to me it was.
Overall, I didn't find the book very good, but it was okay. I would recommend this book to younger audiences, lower than high school.
Aug 14, Jake Delossantos rated it it was amazing. The Underdogs, one of my favorite sports books of all time. Mike Lupica captures many athletes dream of being those who rise to the top and win, overcoming any challenges that stand in the way.
In Underdogs, many of those challenges arise from off the field, rather than on. From the ground-up, Will Tyler does not let anything stop him.
Embarassment, is what Will fears more than injury. Through his mistakes, Will only finds himself getting better and better.
This inspirational story is one that a The Underdogs, one of my favorite sports books of all time. This inspirational story is one that all athletes should read.
While it is enjoyable, it could also teach discipline and that you have to make mistakes, to succeed.
Feb 06, Aaron Trebley rated it it was amazing Shelves: About the reviews, Timothy Murad wrote:. Strictly speaking, and dependent on context, 'los de abajo' as 'those from below,' or 'those underneath.
To a degree, when Azuela coined the phrase he intended the socio-cultural and political meanings the poor, the lower classes, the uneducated, the powerless, the downthroden that are inextricably linked to its use as the title of the novel.
Nor do his literary ectiviteis keep him from the pursuit of his profession or from working for social justice within a modest sphere. American readers may remember his 'The underdogs.
Despite such shortcomings, the novel opened the American readers' doors to other Mexican and Latin-American novels and it became the base reference against others were compared, as suggested in the a review by Frank C, Hanighen in Since the first edition, the book has been translated again into English, a second translation by Frances Kellam Hendricks and Beatrice Berler was published in by Principia Press Trinity University, but it did not reached widespread audience.
Robe published by the University of California Press in also offered a new translation based on the original serial edition. A Norton Critical Edition.
Segio Weisman did another one for Penguin Books in Still, the most current edition by Signet in , uses the original translation by Munguia -and Anita Brenner- as are most of the e-book versions for Kindle available.
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This novel of the Mexican Revolution shows the tragedy of power struggles, vacuums and abuse in politics. Azuela was a physician who at first was loyal to the revolution but soon realized that his compadres were actually worse than the power they were opposing.
The novel went unnoticed until it was published in by a gringo publisher in Texas. Azuela's prose is simple, but with great impact, to coincide with the simplicity of his characters.
I can't help but think that Hemingway may have been influenced by his style. A little hard to follow owing to lack of solid narrative thread, but a solid look at the Mexican Revolution, about which I admittedly know very little.
Don't read this book if you're looking for history, but it is quite an interesting portrait of desperate men and women in desperate times.
A very good book on this subject. I recommend that this novel be read at least twice through in order to fully appreciate it.
One person found this helpful. I had to read this novel for a history class- it serves it's purpose to give perspective on the Mexican revolution, but isn't particularly interesting beyond that and still very, very vague.
Still an idealist, he believes the rebel cause will triumph. Cervantes promises to get Camila for his leader, as Demetrio still wants her above all.
Cervantes goes to the village and persuades Camila to return with him. The next morning, La Pintada discovers Camila and offers to help her escape.
She has found that she likes Demetrio, and she decides to stay with him and the rebel army. Later, when kindhearted Camila persuades Demetrio to return ten bushels of confiscated corn to a starving villager, Whitey gives the man ten lashes instead.
When Demetrio, siding with Camila, orders La Pintada away from the camp, she becomes enraged and stabs Camila. When Demetrio and his men reach Aguascalientes, they find Villa and Venustiano Carranza, once allies, fighting each other.
The federal forces, taking advantage of the disunity among the rebel generals, defeat Villa at Celaya. The rebels are forced to retreat.
Cervantes escapes safely across the border. From El Paso, he writes to Venancio, the barber-surgeon, telling him that Whitey has shot himself.
To them, he and his followers have become outlaws once more. Somewhat discouraged, he decides to return home. Trying to pacify the landowners of the region, the government sends troops into the uplands after the outlaw band.
Once more the rebels and the federal troops clash. Outnumbered, the outlaws perish on the spot where two years before they had won their first victory.
The Underdogs , written by Mariano Azuela in , was one of the first pieces of literature to delve into the Mexican Revolution of In this compact novel, Azuela follows the path of Demetrio Macias, an ordinary farmer whose arbitrary fight with a government soldier seals his fate as a rebel on the run.
Soon Demetrio gathers a band of anti-government fellows and they become a heralded group of marksman, picking soldiers off left and right, passing through towns northwest of Mexico City and gaining support for their cause.
Demetrio and his followers, however, fail to see their inhuman acts the random killing of men, rape of woman, plundering and pillaging of who towns as anything but a consequence of the war.
Azuela tells his story in short bursts of prose and covers large swaths of time in succinct narrative passages, moving along quickly from one atrocity to the next.
Blaine Kleyh i counted. See all 5 questions about The Underdogs…. Lists with This Book. Jul 16, Jeffrey rated it really liked it Shelves: No coach, no money for uniforms, not enough boys to play football.
Will Tyler, the likeable hero of The Underdogs will find a way to solve the problems facing his team. Mike Lupica, the New York Daily News columnist, has penned several sport books about kids in baseball and basketball.
Typically the kids have to overcome obstacles on the field, but also off of the field. I grew up reading a lot of sports books for kids and have read other Lupica novels.
They are high quality entertain No coach, no money for uniforms, not enough boys to play football. They are high quality entertaining novels for kids, who like to read about sports.
In this novel, Will Tyler is a star halfback, who fumbled the ball last year in the league championship game. A year later, he dreams of going back to the championship game and winning.
However, Lupica skillfully places this novel squarely in the economic times we live in today. The sneaker factory has closed leaving half the town unemployed.
Will's father is delivering the mail and going to school at night to try to learn new skills. The town is trying to scrape by with limited resources so it decides to cancel the football program for middle school.
The team Tyler played for has no coach and no uniforms. Tyler finds a way to get a sponsor to put up the money to allow the school to field a team.
Now he has to find a coach and 10 other kids to play football. He convinces his father, who used to be a star high school football star that he needs football and should coach the team.
Tyler finds only 9 other boys to play. The boy, Troy, will not play. Tyler knows a girl Hannah who has game. He convinces his father, the coach, and then the rest of the team to let her join.
This is not a novel about girls playing football. Lupica has Hannah join the team, but its Tyler's story and Hannah playing football is just one of the subplots in the story.
Now that the team has 11 players and a coach it has to play the games. The prose is readable and easily accessible.
View all 3 comments. Nov 29, Zach rated it really liked it. I read the book The Underdogs written by Mike Lupica.
Will is the main character in this story. He is a kid that likes football and plays for his school. His dad is a secondary character.
He loves football and he played sever since he was a kid. He hurt his knee which had happened during his last game in high school.
His knee was so bad that he never played again. Ben Clark, Hannah, and Toby Keenan are other secondary kids in the story. His school was poor and does not have enough money for the seventh grade football team that Will plays on.
Will decides to take a chance and write to New Balance Shoe Company to see if they will sponsor them. The man wrote back to Will and said how touched he was by his letter.
He loved football and knew how he felt because he played football when he was his age. So he sent ten thousand dollars of sponsorship money and said he will be glad to see him play soon.
Will received a check from New Balance and he kept it under his bed so his dad would not find out because he wanted to surprise him. But then he had to get a team, coaches, equipment, and permission from the school to start a football team.
So he completed all of them except a coach. Dec 31, Sean rated it really liked it. Nov 08, Drew Seifert rated it it was amazing.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Mike Lupica is highly regarded sports author in the writing community.
Writing about almost any sport you could think of. Giving very realistic scenarios and teaching the readers hidden life lessons.
The main character Will Tyler a 12 year old all-star running back and is on the brink of losing his football season because everyone has left his city due to local s Mike Lupica is highly regarded sports author in the writing community.
The main character Will Tyler a 12 year old all-star running back and is on the brink of losing his football season because everyone has left his city due to local shoe factory closing down, leaving his city and school with no money and barely any kids to support the football program.
Though the odds are stacked against Will he manages a way to get enough money and kids to have a team. This book teaches young kids to never give up on something you dream about and shows them that no matter what you should always take matters into your own hands in a way that interest them.
Forbes was a very small town in Pennsylvania, before the Forbes Flyers factory left it was a nice, peaceful town. Now it is a very poor and sad place.
I can describe this book as mediocre, I consider the story great but I thin Underdogs: I can describe this book as mediocre, I consider the story great but I think it's not written good.
The setting of the book is one of the keys of the story. Maybe one of its only bright spot. The setting is Forbes, Pennsylvania a poor town next to a richer town named Castle Rock.
The author describes it as: It describes how the characters see their town, people were leaving as a result of jobs leaving.
This makes the challenge harder for Will as he tries to find player to join the team. He figures that everyone was leaving and that made it a harder challenge for him.
In context the setting was great for the story. One of its key bases and made the story a little bit better. The characters in this book were terrible, Lupica only describes fully one character, Will the main character was a good player but he was a little bit of a narcissist.
You could consider him trying to get all the attention of the world. He was a great player but he just showed of. Him being a narcissist made him a sexist, Hannah the only girl in the team was the eleventh player they needed to be able to compete.
With this Will decides to let her in at the last moment. He created excuses for her not to get in, she was better than him that also bothered him.
I do not consider Will a hero but more of a villain. It was a very bad part of the book, not great for the overall review.
The conflict, a very plain, boring and not interesting conflict. The base of the story was great but a good conflict might raise it grade.
This conflict about a poor team trying to beat their rivals is a bad, boring conflict. The author could have done better and made it a deeper conflict.
You could have wrote something that actually meant something and was good. In context the setting and story are the things that attach you to the story and it is just terrible.
If the conflict was better maybe someone could read the book. In overall review you could consider this book as a bad one but maybe some people do like it.
Maybe a 10 year old who is really into football. He has to like to read and to be patient. They also have to be good readers and understand words that are a little hard.
It is totally readable. Once you get deeper in the book you get a little bored because it does get a little boring. A bad book that can keep you hooked in.
Mar 22, Diego rated it it was ok. The UnderDogs Book Review. This book is about a kid named Will Tyler; Will lives in a small, poor town called Forbes.
The biggest problem in Underdogs is that Will doesn't have equipment nor players to play in the tournament. My honest review is that this book is mediocre.
First off this is a slow book. Something that was annoying was that the story was too predictable. From the beginning, we knew that Spoiler alert the Bulldogs would win the final and that Hannah would join the team.
If you read a book that is too predictable, then what's the point of even reading in. This made it boring since you know what will happen most of the story.
Something I will give the author is that it did have exceptional dialogue that helped the plot to move smoother.
I would recommend this book to young football fanatics; no one else would honestly enjoy or be interested in this book at all.
This book deserves two stars, a slow, boring book but thanks to how well described the author made the characters, and it made it pretty easy to read through.
Jan 01, Cole Syring added it. This was a really good book to read about. One of the main reasons I wanted to read this book is because it had to deal with football.
I like to read books that deal with football. I thought it was cool how they started the book with the main character running for a touchdown on a field by himself.
Through out the book he would always act like it was just him on the field and nobody else. That was cool how he could picture that and score a touchdown almost every time.
How he would be with friend This was a really good book to read about. How he would be with friends was different because they would not stop asking him about football because he was super good at it.
They always wanted to talk about it with him. When the final game came he was nervous but stayed calm and just did what he loved to do, play football.
It was awesome that he knew he could do good as long as he stayed focused and was ready for the ball to come to him.
Sep 13, Cameron rated it it was amazing. I think that this book was one of the best books i have ever read in my life! I highly recommend it to anyone who likes sports or likes Mike Lupica.
Mar 08, Caden rated it really liked it. A year-old halfback with a huge passion for football fights to keep his team on the field. Unfortunately, budget cuts may keep the town from fielding his team this year.
Like other manufacturing towns, Forbes, Pennsylvania has lost jobs and businesses that might sponsor a sports team.
Will takes a chance, writes to a natio A year-old halfback with a huge passion for football fights to keep his team on the field. Will takes a chance, writes to a national company and comes up with the funds to keep the team going.
That was almost the easy part: The team no longer has a coach, former players are not interested and skepticism abounds.
One of the few who want to play is Hannah, a new girl in town with great ability and as much grit as Will.
Sports-loving readers will identify with Will, whose heart and determination leap off the page. His budding friendship with Hannah rings true and contributes to his growth on and off the field.
The relationship between Will and his widowed dad provides an emotional touchstone, while the desperation of a small town trying to hang on permeates the story.
This Mike Lupica book, the Underdogs is about Will Tyler, who lives in a bankrupt town and plays football. I really enjoyed this book because it shows an important theme never to quit and to always believe you can reach the finish line.
I loved the book because I'm a lacrosse player that is trying to field a team in China. While not everyone can relate as closely as I This Mike Lupica book, the Underdogs is about Will Tyler, who lives in a bankrupt town and plays football.
While not everyone can relate as closely as I can, the theme still is strong enough. This is a book that from the start you won't want to put down.
Mike Lupica writes it in a way that you can find yourself inside Will Tyler and can feel the emotion in him. If you're a football fan and don't like to read fantasy as much, this is a must read for you, if you are not a sporty person, you will still find connections and understand the book well.
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