A Season of Comebacks

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Penguin Young Readers Group, Jun 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Getting out of her sister Allie?s shadow is harder than ever when 10-year-old Molly is drafted to play on her big sister?s team, the Blazers. Now Molly has to watch from the bench while her sister strikes out practically every batter she faces. Will Molly ever get a chance to shine??Utterly engrossing from the first page, this novel offers exacting insights on and off the field.? ? Kirkus Reviews?It?s a welcome change to find a sports novel about girls? teams, especially one that concentrates on the sport.?An enjoyable read that helps fill a gap in sports fiction.? ? School Library JournalKathy Mackel lives in Pepperell, Massachusetts.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Kathy Mackel is a novelist and screenwriter. Her films include Can of Worms and Hangman's Curse. Kathy has coached Junior Olympic and Little League fastpitch softball. She lives north of Boston with her family.

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