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Freddie Ramos Springs into Action

Freddie Ramos Springs into Action In this sequel Freddie has shoes that give him super speed It s hard to be a superhero and a regular kid at the same time especially when your shoes give you even power Freddie needs an on off switc

  • Title: Freddie Ramos Springs into Action
  • Author: Jacqueline Jules
  • ISBN: 9780807594810
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this sequel, Freddie has shoes that give him super speed It s hard to be a superhero and a regular kid at the same time, especially when your shoes give you even power Freddie needs an on off switch for his super speed, so Mr Vaslov, who created the shoes, decides to invent a remote control, but he gets than he planned When his young neighbor s ball goes mIn this sequel, Freddie has shoes that give him super speed It s hard to be a superhero and a regular kid at the same time, especially when your shoes give you even power Freddie needs an on off switch for his super speed, so Mr Vaslov, who created the shoes, decides to invent a remote control, but he gets than he planned When his young neighbor s ball goes missing, Freddie uses his new powers to find it and save Mr Vaslov

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      Published :2020-06-05T18:39:39+00:00

    About "Jacqueline Jules"

    1. Jacqueline Jules

      I am a children s author, teacher, librarian, and poet My books include the Zapato Power series, the Sofia Martinez series, Unite or Die How Thirteen States Became a Nation, Duck for Turkey Day, Never Say a Mean Word Again, and Feathers for Peacock Please visit me at jacquelinejules

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    1. A cute book about a little boy named Freddie Ramos who’s a superhero. Thanks to a special pair of sneakers, he can run at super speed!What I found more valuable than the the plot are the details of Freddie’s family life. He’s dealing with issues that many children are - a mom who works late, bereavement, etc.


    2. Grades 2-4 Freddie Ramos is back with his purple zapatos (shoes) that give him superhero speed. The downside to wearing superhero shoes is that when he's playing at recess or in PE, he can't control his super speed, and his friends are getting frustrated. When he asks Mr. Vaslov, the apartment manager who invented the shoes, to create an on-off switch, the kindly man agrees to try. After several days of impatient waiting, Freddie goes into Mr. Vaslov's workshed. Mr. Vaslov is nowhere to be found [...]


    3. Entertaining sequel to what looks like a promising start to a series featuring young Latino superhero, Freddie Ramos.


    4. Freddie gets to face various challenges with becoming a hero. He learns that his shoes give him an advantage, but he learns to not take advantage of this special power that comes from the Zapatos. He sits out races and basketball games so as to not have an unfair advantage over his friends. He also enriches his developing relationship with the inventor, the man who gave Freddie the shoes, and the man who serves as a father figure in the absence of Freddie's real father.


    5. Genre: Fantasy (Fiction)Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading Level: Approximately Level NSummary: Freddie's purple superhero shoes may make him superfast but he needs a stop switch so that everyone at school won't suspect he has superpowers. He talks to Mr. Vaslov, who invented the shoes, and Mr. Vaslov agrees to try to make an on/off switch. But, as the days go by, Freddie can't wait for the new feature for his shoes. He visits Mr. Vaslov's workshed alone and finds a special bracelet. Could the b [...]


    6. I like that this is a story in an apartment setting with multicultural characters. The previous year, Freddie's "Soldier Dad" as well as his Abuella. The text uses some Spanish words. Zapato Power is in Freddie's shoes. Freddie is a super hero with his shoes on. He wants to control his shoes some of the time so he can be a regular kid. His elderly neighbor Mr. Vaslov, who invented "zapatos", tries to make a stop button, but only invents a "bounce" button. Freddie rescues everyone in the neighbor [...]


    7. Funny and an easy read, but with the added bonus of officially being a chapter book. It doesn't condescend to readers, but won't hold any back, either. Somewhere between the illustrations and the descriptions of handyman Mr. Vaslov (I like this guy!), I started thinking of Handy Manny. :)


    8. Freddie Ramos is the hero of the Zapato Power early chapter book series. Short chapters, comic-book-like illustrations, a little magic (the shoes) and funny one-liners make this a fun choice. There are a few Spanish words that either have the English also included, or make sense in context.


    9. Freddie Ramos has purple sneakers that let him run at 90 miles per hour. He is a neighborhood super hero (well, in his own mind at least). In Freddie we have a young hispanic hero for beginning readers.


    10. Good first chapter book for boys. Freddie is Hispanic. One issue: both his "soldier dad" and his abuela have died in the past year. Both he and his mom deal with this well, and it is mentioned about 3 times in this book, but more in passing.


    11. its about freddie is winning to much games and people don't want to play with him so Mr.Vaslov tried to fix his speed but instead it made him jump really high and then Mr.Vaslov disappeared but freddie found him and rescued him.


    12. Freddie can't control his speed of his shoes and he ask Mr.Vaslov to make something that can control his shoes.


    13. Summary: When a very important inventor needs rescuing, Freddie Ramos activates his special sneakers and becomes a superhero.


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