Showing 1–7 of 7 books

  • Author: Jason Reynolds
  • All American Boys

    What should have been a typical Friday night explodes into racial violence when Quinn witnesses a cop beating 16-year-old Rashad. Nobbs and Lockard's compelling narration infuses this audiobook with realistic energy and attitude.
  • All American Boys

    Accused of shoplifting and resisting arrest, Rashad is beaten by a police officer. Racial tension runs high as friends take sides and a community is divided.
  • The Boy in the Black Suit

    To deal with his mother's passing, Matt accepts a job at the local funeral home.  Matt meets Lovey at her grandmother's funeral.  The two of them share a bond that will help them both to move past their own. respective losses.
  • Ghost

    When Castle Crenshaw is selected for a track team, he finds that his budding friendships mean more to him than he thought. Lockard gives this story an authenticity that allows the listener to hear Castle's struggles and triumphs through a true teen voice.
  • Ghost

    Ghost lands a spot on an exclusive track team promising to stay out of trouble, but he finds it harder than he thought.
  • When I Was the Greatest

    Fifteen-year-old Ali is making his way in a tough neighborhood, but everything starts going wrong once he and his best friends, Noodles and Needles, are invited to a big-time, high-stakes party. Adkins brings forth the humor and tension in this poignant coming-of-age story, where the ugliness and brutality of the outside world wars with loyalty, honor, and love between friends and family.
  • When I Was the Greatest

    Ali and brothers Noodles and Needles are neighbors. While those on the street accept Needles (who suffers from Tourette's), the three boys—attending a forbidden party—discover that not everyone is so forgiving.