The Girl Who Threw ButterfliesDownloadable Audiobook - 2011
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A few short months. That’s how long it’s been since Molly’s father died in the car accident. Molly and her mom don’t talk about it. In fact, Molly knows all that her mom wants to hear is that everything is fine – 8th grade is fine, Molly’s friends are fine, Molly is fine. Molly’s mom doesn’t want to know that Molly is tired of being known as Miss Difficulty Overcome – identified only by surviving her father’s death. Molly’s mom certainly doesn’t want to know that Molly’s not going to be on the softball team this year. It’s not softball, it’s baseball that Molly and her dad connected over – practicing the butterfly pitch, a perfect knuckleball, over and over again in their backyard, spending hours watching games and discussing stats. So, almost without realizing it, it’s baseball that Molly decides to try out for, not softball. Of course, there’s no girl’s baseball team and before Molly knows it, it’s sure not her father’s death that’s being talked about. After all, whoever heard of a girl pitching for a boys’ baseball team?
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