The Girl Who Threw Butterflies

The Girl Who Threw Butterflies

Book - 2009
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Eighth-grader Molly's ability to throw a knuckleball earns her a spot on the baseball team, which not only helps her feel connected to her recently deceased father, who loved baseball, it helps in other aspects of her life, as well.
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2009.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780375856822
037585682X
9780375846106
Call Number: COCHRANE
Characteristics: 177 p.
Subjects: Buffalo (N.Y.) -- Fiction.
Friendship -- Fiction.
Mothers and daughters -- Fiction.
Grief -- Fiction.
Sex role -- Fiction.
Pitchers (Baseball) -- Fiction.
Baseball stories.

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blue_horse_2110
Jun 23, 2015

Awesome!!

soramalkalovesbpl Aug 07, 2012

This book was very satisfying. I had a great read. It's a little sad because the girl's father dies, but it's still an amazing book.

LibraryCat1 Mar 21, 2010

Excellent book for children (boys and girls) around grades 5-9. The author creates realistic characters and shows insight to how a young person may cope with grief.

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whiteshadow13 May 02, 2012

Eighth-grader Molly's ability to throw a knuckleball earns her a spot on the baseball team, which not only helps her feel connected to her recently deceased father, who loved baseball, it helps in other aspects of her life as well.

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