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Award-winning author and Reston resident Kwame Alexander discusses his latest work, “The Playbook: 52 Rules to Aim, Shoot and Score in This Game Called Life.” He gained critical acclaim with his 2014 book “The Crossover,” which told the story of twin basketball stars through poetry and verse. He returns to the basketball theme to inspire young readers with inspirational quotes and lessons.
- Kwame Alexander Author of "The Playbook"(2017); "Booked" (2015) and "The Crossover"(2014)
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