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POPGr 8 Up—A dually narrated story of two teen boys, Bunny and Nasir, struggling with a dying

friendship shapes Ribay's latest. Nasir feels abandoned after Bunny leaves their school to attend an upscale

private school to play basketball and is dating Keyona, a girl he had always been interested in. The season is

going well and the team, led by Bunny, is on its way to winning a state title. But Nasir's friend Wallace is

digging himself deeper into debt and physical trouble, placing bets on high school games and against

Bunny's specifically. Nasir then becomes complicit in sabotaging Bunny's chances with explosive and lifealtering

consequences. Not only is the book well-paced with short chapters switching perspectives, the

secondary characters are rich in detail, and Bunny and Nasir are fully realized protagonists with families,

friendship, school, and sports. Drama propels the story forward while its emotional appeal builds empathy

for both boys' circumstances. Seamlessly, tension exacerbates the weighty choices that come with their

responsibilities. And while the climax is predictable, it feels inevitable. The trajectory of each boy's future is

in the hands of the third teen, Wallace. Without a doubt, Ribay's compelling book belongs on the shelf

alongside contemporary heavy-hitters like Angie Thomas's The Hate U Give, Brendan Kiely and Jason

Reynolds's All-American Boys, and Nic Stone's Dear Martin. VERDICT A must-have for YA

shelves.—Alicia Abdul, Albany High School, NY Read more 'Ribayâ€s depictions of Bunnyâ€s and

Nasirâ€s lives are beautifully—if not tragically—drawn...[Ribay] painstakingly shows the state of

(sometimes violent) desperation for many young men of the inner city, buoyed only by the distant chance of

a better life through stardom. Despite its downbeat aspects, the story nevertheless manages to infuse

humanity into the boys†lives by showcasing the importance of family, the value of friendship, and the

importance of courage in the face of difficult situations.' — Booklist 'A well-executed book featuring

complex, diverse characters we rarely meet—a real winner for its heartbeat, compassion, and integrity.'--

Kirkus, STARRED review'Without a doubt, Ribayâ€s compelling book belongs on the shelf alongside

contemporary heavy-hitters like Angie Thomasâ€s The Hate U Give, Brendan Kiely and Jason

Reynoldsâ€s All-American Boys, and Nic Stoneâ€s Dear Martin.'--School Library Journal,Â

STARRED review'As the boys take tentative steps to salvage their friendship, they navigate high-stakes

choices and consider the value of loyalty, integrity, and sacrifice in a story driven by fast-paced drama on

and off the court.'-Publishers Weekly, STARRED review'Readers will race through the intrigue and volatile

basketball action to the explosive conclusion.'--Horn Book Magazine Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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