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Booked ⇭ Read Format Kindle ⑄ Booked ⨰ Ebook By Kwame Alexander ⪿ A novel about a soccer obsessed tween boy written entirely in verse In a word, yes.Kwame Alexander has the magic to pull off this unlikely feat, both as a poet and as a storyteller The Chicago Tribune This lively, touching middle school soccer story is full of fun Common Sense Media A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts, passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn BookMagazine, STARRED review Middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal This is a fantastic book with a never ending supply of new words like onomatophobia and yobbery that will leave readers full of new words and ideas This is an absolute must have for any library serving tweens VOYA A powerful story that will leave the reader breathless, right to the very end BookPage Childrens Top Pick A novel about a soccer obsessed tween boy written entirely in verse In a word, yes.Kwame Alexander has the magic to pull off this unlikely feat, both as a poet and as a storyteller The Chicago Tribune A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts, passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn BookMagazine, STARRED review Middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal This is a fantastic book with a never ending supply of new words like onomatophobia and yobbery that will leave readers full of new words and ideas This is an absolute must have for any library serving tweens VOYA2017 ILA CBC Childrens Choice List Book Links Lasting Connections 2016 Kirkus Best of 2016 Nerdy Book Club Nerdies 2016 Poetry Novels in Verse New York Times Bestseller San Francisco Chronicle Best of 2016 Washington Post Best of 2016 BookPage Best of 2016 A novel about a soccer obsessed tween boy written entirely in verse In a word, yes.Kwame Alexander has the magic to pull off this unlikely feat, both as a poet and as a storyteller The Chicago Tribune This lively, touching middle school soccer story is full of fun Common Sense Media A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts, passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn BookMagazine, STARRED review Middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal This is a fantastic book with a never ending supply of new words like onomatophobia and yobbery that will leave readers full of new words and ideas This is an absolute must have for any library serving tweens VOYA A powerful story that will leave the reader breathless, right to the very end BookPage Childrens Top Pick Its not a small thing to incorporate big issues like bullying and divorce into eminently readable free verse that connects boys, sports, and reading While some may find Mr Macs passion a bit overwhelming while other may find it simply delightful , middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review What the mostly free verse novel does have is a likable protagonist, great wordplay, solid teen and adult secondary characters, and a clear picture of the challenges young people face when self identity clashes with parental expectations The soccer scenes are vivid and will make readers wish for , but the depiction of Nick as he unlocks his inner reader is smooth and believable A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Kirkus Best Book of 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of 2016 Washington Post Best Book of 2016 BookPage Best Book of 2016 A New York Times Bestseller A novel about a soccer obsessed tween boy written entirely in verse In a word, yes.Kwame Alexander has the magic to pull off this unlikely feat, both as a poet and as a storyteller The Chicago Tribune This lively, touching middle school soccer story is full of fun Common Sense Media A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts, passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn BookMagazine, STARRED review Middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal This is a fantastic book with a never ending supply of new words like onomatophobia and yobbery that will leave readers full of new words and ideas This is an absolute must have for any library serving tweens VOYA A powerful story that will leave the reader breathless, right to the very end BookPage Childrens Top Pick Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn Book, STARRED review Its not a small thing to incorporate big issues like bullying and divorce into eminently readable free verse that connects boys, sports, and reading While some may find Mr Macs passion a bit overwhelming while other may find it simply delightful , middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review What the mostly free verse novel does have is a likable protagonist, great wordplay, solid teen and adult secondary characters, and a clear picture of the challenges young people face when self identity clashes with parental expectations The soccer scenes are vivid and will make readers wish for , but the depiction of Nick as he unlocks his inner reader is smooth and believable A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Authentic characters and amusing situations abound, making this story one that will be welcomed by readers of all levels Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal A novel about a soccer obsessed tween boy written entirely in verse In a word, yes.Kwame Alexander has the magic to pull off this unlikely feat, both as a poet and as a storyteller The Chicago Tribune This lively, touching middle school soccer story is full of fun Common Sense Media A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts, passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn BookMagazine, STARRED review Middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal This is a fantastic book with a never ending supply of new words like onomatophobia and yobbery that will leave readers full of new words and ideas This is an absolute must have for any library serving tweens VOYA A powerful story that will leave the reader breathless, rigth to the very end BookPage Childrens Top PickBook Links, Lasting Connections 2016 BookPages Best of 2016 Kirkus, Best Middle Grade San Francisco Chronicle Washington Post A novel about a soccer obsessed tween boy written entirely in verse In a word, yes.Kwame Alexander has the magic to pull off this unlikely feat, both as a poet and as a storyteller The Chicago Tribune This lively, touching middle school soccer story is full of fun Common Sense Media A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts, passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn BookMagazine, STARRED review Middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal This is a fantastic book with a never ending supply of new words like onomatophobia and yobbery that will leave readers full of new words and ideas This is an absolute must have for any library serving tweens VOYA A powerful story that will leave the reader breathless, right to the very end BookPage Childrens Top Pick Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts showcased in witty footnoted definitions of words like cachinnate and mewling , passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn Book, STARRED review Its not a small thing to incorporate big issues like bullying and divorce into eminently readable free verse that connects boys, sports, and reading While some may find Mr Macs passion a bit overwhelming while other may find it simply delightful , middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review What the mostly free verse novel does have is a likable protagonist, great wordplay, solid teen and adult secondary characters, and a clear picture of the challenges young people face when self identity clashes with parental expectations The soccer scenes are vivid and will make readers wish for , but the depiction of Nick as he unlocks his inner reader is smooth and believable A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Authentic characters and amusing situations abound, making this story one that will be welcomed by readers of all levels Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library JournalKirkus Best Books of 2016 SF Chronicle Best of 2016 list A novel about a soccer obsessed tween boy written entirely in verse In a word, yes.Kwame Alexander has the magic to pull off this unlikely feat, both as a poet and as a storyteller The Chicago Tribune This lively, touching middle school soccer story is full of fun Common Sense Media A satisfying, winning read Kirkus, STARRED review Alexander skillfully juggles verse styles to realistically capture Nicks humor and smarts, passion for soccer, and vulnerability when being bullied, having surgery, or facing his parents troubled marriage Emotionally resonant and with a pace like a player on a breakaway Publishers Weekly, STARRED review Alexander understands reluctant readers deeply, and here hands them a protagonist who is himself a smart, reading averse kid who just wants to enjoy the words that interest him on his own terms With accessible poetic forms and engaging formatting, Booked s pages will be turned swiftly and enthusiastically Horn BookMagazine, STARRED review Middle school readers and their advocates will surely love Alexanders joyous word play and celebration of reading Booklist, STARRED review Newbery winning poet Alexander once again brings to life a novel in verse that equally captures the rapid fire excitement of a soccer match and the palpable pain of a young boy whose family is falling apart Another winning goal for Alexander and middle school readers alike School Library Journal This is a fantastic book with a never ending supply of new words like onomatophobia and yobbery that will leave readers full of new words and ideas This is an absolute must have for any library serving tweens VOYA A powerful story that will leave the reader breathless, right to the very end BookPage Childrens Top PickNational Book Award Long List New York Times Bestseller Like lightning you strike fast and free legs zoom down field eyes fixed on the checkered ball on the goal ten yards to go cant nobody stop you cant nobody cop you In this follow up to the Newbery winning novel THE CROSSOVER, soccer, family, love, and friendship, take center stage as twelve year old Nick learns the power of words as he wrestles with problems at home, stands up to a bully, and tries to impress the girl of his dreams.Helping him along are his best friend and sometimes teammate Coby, and The Mac, a rapping librarian who gives Nick inspiring books to read This electric and heartfelt novel in verse by poet Kwame Alexander bends and breaks as it captures all the thrills and setbacks, action and emotion of a World Cup match Booked by Kwame Alexander Enter your mobile number or email address below and we ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App Then can start reading books on smartphone, tablet, computer 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  • Format Kindle
  • 0544570987
  • Kwame Alexander
  • Anglais
  • 17 August 2017