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[The Crossover read online] E-pub By Kwame Alexander

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Kwame Alexander's The Crossover is brought to life as a graphic novel with illustrations by Dawud Anyabwile With a bolt of lightning on my kicks The court is SIZZLING My sweat is DRIZZLING Stop all that uivering?. This book was awesome Personally I think that I like it better than the original because you could see the characters and their emotions and you didn t have to imagine them and personally I can make better connections with people in the book if I can see them I also really like a graphic novel so the style of the book was amazing I would recommend this book to anyone who has read crossover its 218 pages and a uick read

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The Crossover

?’Cuz tonight I’m delivering raps twelve year old Josh Bell Thanks to their dad he and his twin brother Jordan are kings on the court But Josh has than basketball in his blood he's got mad beats too which help. Dawud Anyabwile s illustrations are beautiful so I hate to say it but I think I missed out by reading the graphic novel rather than the original verse structure I didn t have a sense of the individual poems of where they started and ended and how they look on the page so I think some of the meaning was lostIn any case this is a compelling story about being a teammate and a brother It s a go to recommendation for students who don t consider themselves readers especially if they play sports They always want to go on to the seuel What can you ask for from a YA read

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Him find his rhythm when it’s all on the line See the Bell family in a whole new light through Dawud Anyabwile's illustrations as the brothers' winning season unfolds and the world as they know it begins to chan. The Crossover in graphic novel form was by far way better than in poetry form Even though it is the same story and the same exact events seeing the pictures of every happening helps you illustrate a better picture in your mind and see how the characters fit their descriptions I loved this book the same as the previous Crossover content wise and still would recommend it to anyone especially for people who are basketball lovers and know the game well It has a great plot and never makes you bored or lose interest Definitely a 10 out of 10


10 thoughts on “The Crossover

  1. says:

    This book was awesome Personally I think that I like it better than the original because you could see the characters and their emotions and you didn't have to imagine them and personally I can make better connections with people in the book if I can see them I also really like a graphic novel so the style of the book was

  2. says:

    Incredible graphic novel adaptation of a student favorite I know this will be another book I just can't keep on the library shelves Ages 10 and up

  3. says:

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  4. says:

    I was very very curious and honestly excited to see how a novel in verse would be adapted into graphic form So while I was reading this I also read the original so I could check the text for changes As far as I can tell the only change is that a reference to a girl's butt being big became a reference to her mouth being big I don't uite unde

  5. says:

    Dawud Anyabwile's illustrations are beautiful so I hate to say it but I think I missed out by reading the graphic novel rather than the original verse structure I didn't have a sense of the individual poems of where they started and ended and how they look on the page so I think some of the meaning was lostIn any case this is a compelling

  6. says:

    I have a feeling that this graphic novel version will be a big hit with my 6th grade students The illustrations add another dimension

  7. says:

    The Crossover in graphic novel form was by far way better than in poetry form Even though it is the same story and the same exact events seeing

  8. says:

    I cry everytime I read this book Now in graphic novel format I still cry

  9. says:

    45 Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARCI adored Kwame Alexander's The Crossover a few years back As a person who has very little interest in sports I loved the way Alexander wove sports and family together through his beautiful poems I l

  10. says:

    This was fantastic You could really feel the energy and the emotions in this graphic novel which is an adaptation of the original novel with the same name I think kids will love this bookThis is not your typical graphic novel with text boxes this graphic novel’s illustrations and text fill up the entire page

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