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For Every One

Jason Reynolds
Publisher: Knights Of and 404 Ink
4th October 2018

“The courage it take to have a dream… is the actual freedom of it all.” 

From New York Times bestselling author, Jason Reynolds comes For Every Onea rallying cry for the dreamers of the world; a powerful and unique verse poem about the pursuit and challenge of personal dreams.

Written in the form of a letter and dedicated to all those seeking their passion and path in life, itis a rousing battle cry of inspiration and motivation penned by Jason after doubting his own dream and written ‘for every one': young, old and every one in-between.

Raw and truthful, For Every One is an emotionally charged message of encouragement and hope. A book to be read and re-read and gifted to all your friends, Jason Reynolds message is this: JUMP ANYWAY

Dreams don’t have timelines,
And aren’t always in
straight lines


About Jason Reynolds 

New York Times bestselling author, Jason Reynolds found inspiration in rap and began writing poetry when he was nine. He focused on poetry for the next two decades, only reading a novel cover to cover for the first time age 17. He published several poetry collections before he published his own first novel, When I Was The Greatest, in 2014. He won the Coretta Scott King/ John Steptoe Award for New Talent for this first work of prose and seven more novels followed in the next four years, including Ghost (2016) and two more books in what became his New York Times best-selling Track series, Patina (2017) and Sunny (2018); As Brave As You (2016), winner of the 2016 Kirkus Prize, the 2017 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work for Youth/Teen, and the 2017 Schneider Family Book Award; and a Marvel Comics novel called Miles Morales: Spider-Man (2017).

Reynolds returned to poetry with Long Way Down (2017), a novel in verse which was named a Newbery Honor book, a Printz Honor book, and best young adult work by the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Awards.

About Yinka Ilori

High profile London based designed Yinka Ilori, whose colourful and daring style has garnered much attention and awards, was commissioned to convey the power of Jason’s words. An advocate for increasing the narrative around multiculturalism in design, Yinka’s work reflects his own bicultural heritage – Nigerian and British – to further discussions of perspective.