Just Like Mike

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Random House Children's Books, Aug 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 56 pages
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When Michael Brown’s mom marries Mr. Jordan, everything changes. Now Michael’s got a new dad, a new house, a new school, and worst of all, a new name. Michael is nothing like the famous athlete. In fact, he can’t even dribble a basketball, let alone swoosh it through the hoop! How can he survive the rest of the year–the rest of his life, really–as Michael Jordan?

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User Review  - Jesse Baldwin - Goodreads

This book is about a kid with no basketball skills but has the unfortunate name of Michael Jordan. This book is a good lesson for students to be comfortable with who they are. Read full review


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Gail Herman is the author of numerous books for children.

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