Sports Fiction and Nonfiction

Share your favorite sports fiction titles, such as Mike Lupica’s Travel Team, or Tim Green’s Unstoppable.

And, for those who prefer nonfiction sports books, such as NBA’s Greatest Moments, share your suggestions here as well.

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  1. ItsYourBoiMCnugget2 says:

    If you like action then No Summit out of Sight by Jordan Romero would be good for you. I liked it because it has a lot of action and the character is my age. Anyone can read this nonfiction book. It’s about a boy named Jordan who is 9 years old and wants to climb the seven summits, but there is a problem he has to be 10 to climb the first mountain. So when he turned 10 he climbed his first mountain. The mountain was Kilimanjaro. Then he adventures to new places and more mountains and never gives up. If you want to find if he succeeds then read the book, is great.

  2. Mackenzie 113 says:

    I recently read an amazing book called The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen. It’s about a girl who loves to run. Running is pretty much her life until she and a few friends get in a car accident after a track meet. One girl dies, one is unharmed and she is sent to the hospital to get her leg amputated. Once her leg is removed she can’t run any more and she feels like her life is over. It is written in free verse so it is quick to read but it is full of love and pain and you can’t help but feel sorry for her. I think both girls and boys would enjoy this book. I have had many other people say it is amazing and that they felt like they were the main character. I hope you all enjoy this wonderful book.

  3. Destin S says:

    The Crossover is by Kwame Alexander about two brothers who are the kings on the basketball court who play on the same team. When Jordan gets a girlfriend Josh gets jealous. Things begin to change. It’s mostly about when Jordan gets a girl friend that happens to be the new girl in school the brotherhood bond is no more than just 2 people that met, and when a tragic accident happened it tears their bond apart! In this book it shows us basketball and brotherhood intends to show Josh and Jordan that life is not about winning! I recommend this book for girls and boys who at least need to be 10 and older. If you like hip hop then I think you would like this book because it is written in a similar way!

  4. Ryan w. says:

    The author of The Batboy is Mike Lupica. This book is a fiction book and I would rate it a five because I really enjoyed reading this book.I think that boys would like it more but if there are girls that like baseball then this book would be good for them.The reason I love this book because theres a lot to do with baseball and I love baseball and this is my second year playing baseball.

  5. Destin S says:

    The Crossover is about two brothers who are the kings on the basketball court who play on the same team. When Jordan gets a girlfriend Josh gets jealous. As the winning season unfolds things behind to change. It’s mostly about when Jordan meets the new girl in school the tight bond unravels and when a tragic accident happened it tears their bond apart! In this book it shows us basketball and brotherhood intertwine to show Josh and Jordan that life doesn’t come with a play-book and, sometimes, it’s not about winning.

  6. Michael S. says:

    This quarter I read the book The Crossover by Kwame Alexander. I would recommend this book to kids fourth grade and up because there is death and a little violence in it and to boys who like basketball and drama. It is about twin brothers who both love basketball and they play on the same team for their school and their dad played in the NBA his name is Chuck Bell but they call him Da Man. Their mom is the vice principal at their school but as they get older they start to drift apart. It was a really interesting book and I loved the book.

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