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One-Handed Catch

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2011


    One-Handed Catch by MJ Auch is a very fascinating story about a boy named Norman. Norman is an eleven year old boy after world war two. At Norman¿s family store he cuts his hand of so he will have to go on with life with only one hand. He has to go on with life like, he want to be an artist but he is upset that he could not be one because he has one hand. Then he wanted to be a professional baseball pitcher for the giants. When it came to baseball try outs he made the team and every game he nearly pitches a perfect game. So I would really recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2011

    This book is good

    The book I'm reviewing is One-Handed Catch by MJ Auch. The book is really good. I liked it, so I hope other people like it.
    The book is about a kid that loses his hand in a meat grinder. But he still tries out for baseball and he works hard to make the team. He has a best friend his name is Leon and they always do stuff together. They practice together and help each other to make the team.
    I can relate to Norm because he likes to play baseball like me. I like to pitch like him too. He never gives up too like me. He gets mad at his friends and does not talk to them some times to.
    I like this book a lot because Norm works hard at stuff. He loves the game of baseball too. I like books that don't give up. So if you like books that people don't give up, this is the one.
    I would recommend this book to a person that likes sports or people that don't give up. It tells a lot about sports.
    I think this book is good so you should read this book

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  • Posted December 13, 2008

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    This book is good for people who think that they arent good enough because they are crippled or just dont believe.

    This book is about a boy who loses his hand and loves the game of baseball. He doesn't believe he can still play nor does his friend Leon. The boy practices though. He starts believing he can do it when he starts making baseball training things. The boy learns that even with one hand, anything is still possible.

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