Speak up, Tommy!
Tommy's classmates tease him about his Israeli accent and the way he speaks English. But his knowledge of Hebrew makes him a hero when a policeman and his dog come to visit Tommy's school.
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|Grouped Work ID||0dee841d-c9b6-d5ca-16f9-c2ff71c6ab1a|
|Grouping Title||speak up tommy|
|Grouping Author||greene jacqueline dembar|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-03-07 22:54:35PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-21 23:40:39PM|
|author||Greene, Jacqueline Dembar.|
|author_display||Greene, Jacqueline Dembar|
|detailed_location_school||Waverly-Belmont Elementary - Everyone|
|display_description||Tommy, who recently moved to America from Israel, is teased because he does not know English well and so does not speak loudly, but when a police officer visits Tommy's class with a police dog that only understands Hebrew, friendship blooms.|
Human-animal communication -- Fiction
Immigrants -- Fiction
Jews -- United States -- Fiction
Language and languages -- Fiction
Police dogs. -- Fiction
Police. -- Fiction
|title_display||Speak up, Tommy!|
|title_full||Speak up, Tommy! / Jacqueline Dembar Greene ; illustrated by Deborah Melmon|
|title_short||Speak up, Tommy!|
Language and languages