Q&A with Alexis Hornbuckle

WNBA: How old were you when you started reading?
AH: Kindergarten (5 years old).
WNBA: What books did you enjoy reading while you were growing up?
AH: Dr. Seuss, Berenstain Bears.
WNBA: Why do you think reading is important?
AH: Reading is fundamental, it helps you communicate better in life in general.
WNBA: How does reading help you as a basketball player and in your everyday life?
AH: In terms of basketball, you have to be able to read and understand the coach's scouting reports in order to execute plays in the game.
WNBA: What is your favorite type of book (i.e.. mystery, adventure, autobiography, etc)?
AH: Mystery.
WNBA: What books would you personally recommend for kids (8-12) to read?
AH: Anything by Judy Blume, and the Nancy Drew Mysteries.
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