"Harvey and me and Thomas J are just like pinballs. Somebody put in a dime and pushed a button and we came out." In the novel The Pinballs, by Betsy Byars, the three fostered children progressed through a few stages. One of these stages being the children were neglected and abused. Another stage being the children sharing some feelings and making relationships and connections. The last stage being they find friendship with each other, they become like brother and sister and produce a positive attitude towards life.
One of the stages the children progressed through is being neglected and a…
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