MOVES MAKE MAN

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HarperCollins, Oct 16, 1984 - African Americans - 280 pages
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Recounts the extraordinary friendship between Jerome Foxworthy, a top student, loving son, basketball star, and first Black to integrate his southern high school, and Bix, a white athlete facing problems in his life.

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User Review  - electrascaife - LibraryThing

Two boys, both with issues of their own, become friends over the game of basketball, but one of them may be too troubled to be saved by the other. And intense and touching story that had me rooting for both boys. Read full review

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User Review  - regularguy5mb - LibraryThing

Wow! I can't believe it took me this long to read this one. Why did I put it off? Oh, right, basketball. This was one on the Battle of the Books book list when I was in middle school, and I never read ... Read full review

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About the author (1984)

Bruce Brooks was born in Richmond, Virginia on September 23, 1950. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1972 and from the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop in 1980. He has worked as a newspaper reporter, a magazine writer, newsletter editor, movie critic, teacher and lecturer. He has written several children's books including Everywhere, Midnight Hour Encores, Asylum for Nightface, Vanishing, No Kidding, and Throwing Smoke. He has received the Newbery Honor twice, first for The Moves Make the Man in 1985 and then for What Hearts in 1992.

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