Finally this book takes place in a dangerous neighborhood which will help relate to some people. He has one asset, his basketball game.
However after a pep talk the team does great the next half and Lonnie can see Cal in the bleachers. He and his buddies play basketball on a court that they consider their own.
Lonnie catches up with Paul again. Cal pays the ultimate price for doing this when he is stabbed to death in the team locker room. After a while, one of this teachers suggested to his class that they could write something to read aloud.
In order to survive, and have hope for the future, Lonnie turns to basketball. Lonnie is one of the best players in Harlem. The practice starts and Cal teaches everyone somewhat basic moves.
This book makes you want to keep reading more to find out what happens. They were wealthy and he was poor. Lonnie apologizes about what he says to Cal.
He has an arrangement with the manager of a hotel called The Grant where he does some cleaning in exchange for a place to sleep. While at a hangout place known as the center Lonnie gets a call from Mary-Ann. Lonnie says he will find out more later.
He has dinner as well as a good discussion with the two. Chapters Summary The book starts of with a character named Lonnie Jackson.
I also like the scandal they add in this book. Lonnie asks Paul what is up. This book turned out to be interesting because it taught some important skills that I can apply in this basketball season. They decide to open up the letters and it turns out to be checks.
This book had me interested almost the entire time. Paul has a sister Mary-Ann who Lonnie likes. I think that everyone should read this book because it illustrations that no matter how bad life may be for someone, there still remains hope to make something positive out of themselves.
Lonnie is impressed by the way Cal plays. He ends up losing to him again. He usually sleeps here. He lives with his mother, his father left them when Lonnie was young.
Ugly told him that he would give him money if he could get stolen checks. Everyone agrees including Lonnie.
After a while he asked her to get Paul.Mar 21, · Hoops Part 1 Author- Walter Dean Myers Chapters Summary The book starts of with a character named Lonnie Jackson. He lives with his mother, his father left them when Lonnie was young. Lonnie has an okay relationship with him mother.
Hoops part 2; Hoops Part 1; A Thousand Splendid Part 3; A Thousand Splendid Suns. The book “Hoops” by Walter Dean Myers was unlike any other book I have ever read.
It was about a teenager named Lonnie who is in high school. Lonnie is trying to make it big in his favorite sport 4/5(5).
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