Million-Dollar Throw
ISBN: 0545291445
EAN13: 9780545291446
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Dimensions: 0.7" H x 7.3" L x 5.3" W
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of HEAT and TRAVEL TEAM.

Everyone calls Nate Brodie Brady because he's a New England quarterback, just like his idol, Tom Brady. And now he's got a chance to win a million dollars by throwing one pass through a target at halftime in the Patriots; Thanksgiving night game. More than anything, Nate's family needs the money--his dad's been downsized, his mom's working two jobs, and they're on the verge of losing their house. The worry is more weight than a 13-year-old can bear, and it's affecting his playing for his own football team. Suddenly the boy with the golden arm is having trouble completing a pass . . . but can he make the one that really counts?

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   Football, families and friendships...
All you have to do is throw a football through a target at half-time in a pro-football game. Your father lost his job and boy could your family use the money. However, your thoughts are consumed by your best friend, who has a rare disease and goes blind. You are the quarterback on your football team, Lucky for you. It is also filled with strong families and strong friendships. Recommended for kids who love football or the thrill of a competition.
   A great book
Mike Lupica is my favorite author because most of his books are about believing. In this case, it is a 13 year old boy who is picked in a raffle to try and win a million dollars by passing a football through a 28 inch hole. My favorite part about it is that there is a girl named Abby who loses her sight ability. Will Nate win all the prize money? What will he use the money for? When you read this article, find out the Million Dollar Throw.
   Another hit by Mike Lupica
Eighth-grader Brady follows in his idol Tom Brady footsteps, quarterbacking his team to stardom. Life should be good, but his father lost his job and his best friend, Abby, is losing her sight. When Brady is selected to compete in a contest at a Patriots game, attempting to throw a football through a goal to win $1 million, he thinks that winning the contest will help both his family and Abby. But the pressure becomes overwhelming and Brady can 't get his ball to connect with a receiver.
   Million-Dollar Throw Is Awesome!
Have you ever needed a book that is awesome and read over and over again? If you do, check out this review. Million Dollar Throw is about a kid named Brady who loves football but can not start it due to their sponsor not having enough money. He then gets a million dollars. He will get it or not? His parents are trying to work hard for their living due to Brady not having a mother, but he still plays hard every time he plays, even without a parent to support. Even if he gets bad, he does right back up. This book is absolutely amazing! Why '' ask you? This is why, due to him, missing a parent makes him even harder to practice. He is trying that hard to make his father proud. I mean '', that is absolutely amazing. Like when he signed for a million dollars for just one hit in a 11000000 chance. He also fails to throw the ball, but gets up and throws again! His best friend is blind, but it just pushes him over the limit. That is why you should read this book 1010!
   great sports book
This book is about Bradley, an elite 8th Grade quarterback who is also called by his friends as Nate Brodie. Nate entered a competition where he would throw a football into a tire for 30 yards and win 1 million dollars. While this is happening, his striking arm is failing on him because of some reason, and he is going through many financial issues. His best friend Abby also goes blind. Through these struggles it makes Nate feel more pressured to win the money. He will win the money? You must read to find out. I hope that anyone of the age of 10 likes this book, especially if they are a sports fan.
   Lupica's best yet!
Travel TeamHeatThe Big FieldSummer BallMiracle at 49th Street, Tom Brady is the star quarterback of his eighth-grade football team, nicknamed Brady because of his golden sling arm and his being the biggest fan of Nate Brodie. One day he goes to buy a special autographed Brady football and enters a contest where he wins a pass through a target for one million dollars at the New England Patriots'Thanksgiving Night game, but his family is blind,his best pal Abby is gone, and his arm is lost. Can Nate fix things and triumph on his big night? Mike Lupica tells you-brilliantly-in this deeply moving story, a winner in every respect.
   A real page turner
Though this is young adult fiction and sports, I enjoyed it as much as or maybe even more than my 10-year-old son! It was the kind of book that you can only put down. Abby and his football buddies and his best friend, Nate, are also great role models for teens and teens, boys and girls.
   Million Dollar Throw
This novel, The Million Dollar Throw, by Mike Lupica, was a great book for young teens who enjoy sports. This book, one about a boy who loves football, has you reading it until you can hardly read. You can just put this book down because it gives you that feeling, What will happen next? In Mike Lupica's novel, a Ypung boy won a chance to win a million dollars. This erratic boy goes through a football season with young performances. To make this novel more exciting, Mike Lupica adds drama to this child's life, so that it is not all about football. This novel kept me reading until there were no more pages to read.
   Get it so good
Amazing book ever read. One of the greatest books I ever read. You should also read other books by Mike Lupica :
   Required summer reading by Middle School
Baffled by 12 year old grandson for reading assignment and book report. Indy, Kathy learned to succeed about perseverance.