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Sliding Into Home

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2008

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    Have you ever read Sliding into Home? Dori Butler¿s, Sliding into Home, is about a young girl named Joelle Cunningham trying to get on the boy¿s baseball team. Joelle never gives up, even if she has been told no, to play her favorite sport. This book is great for young adults because Joelle is a thirteen-year-old girl that¿s trying to get on the boy¿s pee-wee team. I like this book because reading about sports is fun and exciting. Sliding into Home shows that girls can do anything. In the book she shows the boys how goods she can play. Some of the boys find out that she is better than them. With a few days of thought, Joelle finds a way to be on a baseball team. I like how she will do anything to play the sport that she admires. If you read the book, you can find out how she does it. Sliding into Home is for young adults because the character in your age trying to reach her goal. This book was fun to read for me and I hope it will be for you too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2007

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    13 year old Joelle Cunningham is passionate about baseball. She moved in the middle of the school year from Minneapolis to Greendale, Iowa. In Minneapolis Joelle played baseball. But in Greendale girls don¿t play baseball. Joelle does everything to get the rules changed. She makes new friends who also want to play baseball. Can Joelle and her friends work together to bring baseball to the girls of Greendale and all of Iowa? I thought this book was very good because there were a bunch of girls who wanted to play baseball and they stood up for their rights and got to show people that baseball and softball are different sports. I like that because people used to think that women were weren¿t as good as men and this book goes to show girls can do anything.

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