It’s Me Talking about Curveball

I am really proud of this video that Scholastic produced to promote CURVEBALL:

8 Responses to “It’s Me Talking about Curveball”

  1. Biz Swift says:

    I enjoyed your acknowledgements in “Drums” which made me want to read your bio (which I loved) and now I can’t wait to read your books!

  2. Angelina says:

    I just finished the book and I loved it so much. I cried at the end, but that’s what I love about your books. They make me laugh and cry. I can’t tell you how much I love this video.

  3. Chasity Bonilla says:

    I’m really excited of the book i’m about to read. It’s drums, girls,and dangerous pie. Me and my class are really excited. I really want to read more into this book and more book you publish so i’m hopping you make more.

  4. Mackenzie says:

    first of all i just like to say that your books are the best ever.. i just finshed your book called After Ever After and i cryed like a lilttle baby.. i am soooo happy with your books and i love them so much… why did tadd have to die in the book??

  5. conner says:

    i love your book dangrous pie

  6. conner says:

    your awsome

  7. Mrs. Mochulski's 8th grade class says:

    Hello! The students of South Brandywine Middle School are looking forward to welcoming you on May 9th. As we read Curveball, we will post our highlights from the novel. The advice of Peter’s grandfather was to “Always challenge yourself”. We challenge ourselves to continue to work hard as young adult readers. Like Peter, we are headed to high school and want to succeed in life!

  8. Mrs. Mochulski's 8th grade class says:

    There seems to be a lot of things happening at once to Peter. He is struggling to deal with his injury while at the same time dealing with his grandfather’s memory loss. Our class shared that we too have had personal experiences with people going through similar conditions. This makes the book even more relatable to us.

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