Sunny

Sunny Review

Sunny Lancaster is a winner. Wih-winner. When it comes to the 1600 meter, Sunny can beat anyone by, well, a mile. But for Sunny, winning is boring. Buh-boring. Truth is, Sunny doesn't like running. Never has. What Sunny really loves... is dancing.

The boom-bap bap of his teacher. Aurelia's dance routines beats the chick chick chick of his track meets any day. Sunny loves his team, though, so he can't quit, but he also can't be on a track team not run. And he definitely can't be on a track team and dance. But it turns out track isn't just chick chick chick. It's also whoosh whoosh ahh.

If Sunny lets loose everything he's been holding inside, will it be his best move ever, or will it be his biggest mistake?

Title:Sunny

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Jen Petro-Roy

    I don't think Jason Reynolds can write a bad book....

  • Laura (bbliophile)

    I loved this book so, so much....

  • steph

    I listened to the audio book narrated by Guy Lockard*This book was FANTASTIC. It is the 3rd book in the Track series and it follows 12-year-old Sunny Lancaster, the #1 middle distance runner of the De...

  • Abby Johnson

    Another hit in the track series. I love this series and the audiobooks are just great. Sunny's kind of a weirdo. He's the master of the mile on his track team and always wins his races, but he doesn't...

  • Kristen

    Edelweiss provided me an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Sunny's story is very different than that of Ghost or Patina. First, his story is a series of diary entries--a diary he keep...

  • Beth

    This is written in Dear Diary format. Sigh. I can't stand Dear Diary format; I find it overly self-aware to the point where it veers into uncomfortably self-conscious. Case in point:Dear Diary,The onl...

  • Aliza Werner

    Gobbled SUNNY up from cover to cover this morning. Number 3 in the series makes these kids' lives more real every time. Run. Dance. Throw. Just move. Jason Reynolds, you can do no wrong! Wih-winner!...

  • Alicia

    Fast-paces both in its use of white space as Sunny writes in his diary and in how Reynolds keeps us moving through Sunny’s world where his birthday is coming up- which also means that it’s the day...

  • Stefani Sloma

    Oh man. Sunny. I've been waiting for your book. Written entirely in diary entries, SUNNY is beautiful, sensitive, and an absolute masterpiece like all of Jason's books. I thought the way that Jason re...

  • Leonard Kim

    This is the 6th book by Jason Reynolds that I've read. You pretty much have to read him to be "part of the conversation" of children's literature, but I have been one of those people who doesn't Get I...