Me Oh Maya

Unlimited Me Oh Maya - by Jon Scieszka Adam McCauley Unlimited Me Oh Maya - by Jon Scieszka Adam McCauley - Me Oh Maya, Me Oh Maya Joe Sam and Fred have been thrown back in time yet again This time the Trio find themselves whisked by The Book from a basketball court in Brooklyn to the main ring ball court in Chicheacuten Itzaac

  • Title: Me Oh Maya
  • Author: Jon Scieszka Adam McCauley
  • ISBN: 9780670036295
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Hardcover

Unlimited Me Oh Maya - by Jon Scieszka Adam McCauley - Me Oh Maya, Me Oh Maya Joe Sam and Fred have been thrown back in time yet again This time the Trio find themselves whisked by The Book from a basketball court in Brooklyn to the main ring ball court in Chicheacuten Itzaac

Me Oh Maya, Unlimited Me Oh Maya - by Jon Scieszka Adam McCauley, Me Oh Maya, Jon Scieszka Adam McCauley, Me Oh Maya Joe Sam and Fred have been thrown back in time yet again This time the Trio find themselves whisked by The Book from a basketball court in Brooklyn to the main ring ball court in Chicheacuten Itzaacute Mexico The year is a d and the rules are a little different Now the boys are playing for their lives with the Mayan High Priest as their opponent WilJoe Sam and Fred have been t. Unlimited Me Oh Maya - by Jon Scieszka Adam McCauley - Me Oh Maya, Me Oh Maya Joe Sam and Fred have been thrown back in time yet again This time the Trio find themselves whisked by The Book from a basketball court in Brooklyn to the main ring ball court in Chicheacuten Itzaac

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Comments Me Oh Maya

  1. Scieszka s got a way with words and wit that makes most of his books terrific In this one, though, he went head long into the land of insensitivity to people of another culture Instead of a respectful treatment of the Maya people, he mocks them by mocking their names A full review of his book is at my site, American Indians in Children s Literatureericanindiansinchildrenslite



  2. I read this book to see if it would work as a classroom read aloud But I decided the name Kakapupahead was than I could handle Not a bad story, just not one that works for me as a teacher.



  3. I ve wanted to read Jon Scieszka since I like the website he runs guysread, to try and encourage boys of all ages to read This is a book in the Time Warp Trio series 3 friends have a magic book that transports them backwards or forwards into time, in different cultures Here, they go to Mexico 1, 000 years ago and end up in a ball game the Mayans played for their lives I like how he weaves in real information the chapters are numbered like the Mayan numeral system with dots and dashes, and talks [...]


  4. Kakapupahead, the High Priest of the Mayan people decides that Joe, Sam and Fred will make the perfect sacrifice to please the Mayan gods to ensure a successful harvest Whether Joe, Fred and Sam live depends on whether they can beat Kakapupahead and his teammates in a game of ball Again the Time Warp Trio is faced with trying to figure out how to can get home when The Book is not in a language or format that they understand It is a good thing that at least Sam understands the special way the May [...]


  5. In me oh maya there are 3 kids that live in brooklin and so one day they are play in baskit ball, and next they know it they are serawded by gues in leather hats and they get in a fight about who is better at baskit balle 3 kids also lose there book that can transport them to places,so now they cant go home


  6. The boys warp back 1000 years to a Mayan village While there they challenge the High Priest Kakapupahed to a ball game in order to oust him from power and to get their hands on The Book Final chapter titled Professor Sam s Maya Math explains how to write numbers the way the Mayans did.


  7. The boys find themselves thrown back in time to Mayan civilization where they end up having a basketball like game that could end in their death Can the boys find the book before they end up a sacrifice Another book of silly fun from Jon Scieszka.


  8. Eh, this is an okay book but I m just not wild about the series in general I don t really think it s a great way to teach history I personally find it to be kind of confusing and choppy and would rather just read a book about the Mayas.


  9. Boys seem to enjoy this adventure book They learned a little about the Maya in reading it Girls did not really dig it Good endings to chapters that made the students want to keep reading Susan



  10. If you want a way to analyze what works for young boy readers, especially the humor part which is exactly what I was looking for , the Time Warp Trio is the go to series.


  11. Of all the series books for younger children, this is one of my favorites I can hear just Scieszka s voice reading it He combines humor and just a bit of history in this goofy time travel series.





  12. Future POTUS thought it was awesome The trio is totally hilarious And Kakapupahed That s a totally awesome name for a high priest