Recent Young Adult Sports Literature in Review


  • LISA A. HAZLETT University of South Dakota
  • ANN MARIE SMITH North American University
  • ANITA DUBROC Louisiana State University



Readers eager to learn more about contemporary works of sports-related YAL will look forward to Lisa A. Hazlett’s review of Gut Check (Kester, 2019), Ann Marie Smith’s review of Heroine (McGinnis, 2019), and Anita Dubroc’s review of Here to Stay (Farizan, 2018).  


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