Reading Notes

Student Book Reviews, Reading Lists, and other Responses to Reading

Million Dollar Throw

January10

Million Dollar Throw by Mike Lupica is about a 13 year old quarterback that gets a once in a lifetime deal.
He was just a quaterback for the valley patriots off to a good start with there season until his dad lost his job. When his dad lost his job he found out that his best friend Abby was moving. He was under a lot of depression. So he wasn’t playing very good football right now, so his coach sat him.
So now it was time for him to shine at the New England Patriots stadium… A million dollar throw. It was 30 yard from the hoop he had to throw the football through. The fans were roaring!! He was under lots of pressure but he came up with the victory!!! And so after all they werent bankrupt. That was the story Million Dollar Throw

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This blog is maintained by the sixth grade students of Mr. O'Neil's language arts classes at Iroquois Middle School in Macomb, Michigan. We want to share our love of reading and also provide a place for students who "can't find anything to read!" to explore what kids their age are liking, hating, or just kind of "eh!" about. In addition to our own reviews and conversations, you can find links to book lists maintained by the American Library Association, and the International Reading Association. Now go read a book!