The Girl Who Threw Butterflies

The Girl Who Threw Butterflies

Paperback - 2009
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Molly Williams has had a difficult time. Her father died in a car accident; her mother has withdrawn into herself. Molly, however, wants to be known for something positive -- like joining the boys' baseball team. Over the course of a baseball season she learns to redefine her relationships with family, friends, and the things she loves.
Publisher: New York : Yearling Books, 2009
ISBN: 9780375956829
0375956824
9780375856822
037585682X
9780375846106
0375846107
Branch Call Number: j
Characteristics: 177 p. ; 20 cm

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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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