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Vivy Cohen throws a mean knuckleball. But girls don’t play baseball, especially not girls with autism. Can Vivy prove to her family — and herself — that she has what it takes to get in the game? 
Ages 9+
Pages 336
Publisher Penguin Random House
Coming Apr 2021
Awards
Kirkus Starred Review
School Library Journal Starred Review
Booklist Starred Review
Schneider Family Book Award

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105 Reviews

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A good book!

Review by Edina

If you are in need of a good book, I totally recommend GET A GRIP VIVY COHEN. Vivy has autism and is an incredible knuckleball pitcher. With the help and advice of Vincent James Capello, a professional knuckleball pitcher, Vivy is able to play baseball on a real team, not just play catch with her brother. Do you think Vivy has what it takes to play baseball on a real team? Read GET A GRIP VIVY COHEN to find out.

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Get a Grip, Vivy Cohen!

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Get a Grip, Vivy Cohen!

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good

Review by bartsimpson2010

Good book

Aug 02, 2022 11:35 AM
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not good

Review by funsoccer

there is not really a plot to the story

Jul 04, 2022 09:19 AM
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Great book

Review by TimeToBeCreative

Awesome. Definitely recommend it!

Jun 11, 2022 06:23 PM
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Cool Book

Review by maytheforce

It's cool that they can send letters.

Jun 09, 2022 04:54 PM
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Great Book!

Review by SheLovesChocolate

I loved this book and I liked that it was writen in letters.

Jun 07, 2022 03:42 PM