Greg Neri

Greg Neri (pen name G. Neri) is an American author and is known for his work in young adult fiction. He has written in free verse (''Chess Rumble, Hello I'm Johnny Cash, When Paul Met Artie''), novelistic prose (''Tru & Nelle, A Christmas Tale, Ghetto Cowboy, Knockout Games, Surf Mules''), and for graphic novels (''Yummy, Grand Theft Horse''). Neri has received multiple awards from the American Library Association (2011 Coretta Scott King Honor Award, 2012 Odyssey Award Honor, 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014 ALA Notable Books) and the International Reading Association (2010 Lee Bennett Hopkins Promising Poet Award, 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014 Notable Books) among other honors (2010 Cybil Award, 2011 Once Upon a World Award from Simon Wiesenthal Center, 2012 Horace Mann Upstanders Children's Book Award, 2014 Florida Book Awards, 2014 VLA Jefferson Cup). He is one of the original members of the Class of 2K7, a debut author group that featured authors like Jay Asher, Rebecca Stead, Carrie Jones, Cassandra Clare, Melissa Marr and many others. As a filmmaker, he wrote, produced, and directed the indie feature ''A Weekend with Barbara und Ingrid'' and the animated short ''A Picasso on the Beach''. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Neri, Greg.
Published 2011
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Published 2014
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by Neri, Greg.
Published 2007
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Published 2010
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