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Randy Ribay



Randy Ribay was born in the Philippines and raised in the Midwest on a diet of books and Pokémon cards. Ribay is the author of An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes. A graduate of the University of Colorado and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Ribay is an English teacher at a private school in Palo Alto, California, and a reviewer for The Horn Book. He lives in Stanford, California.
 


Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, Young Adult Romance
 
New and upcoming books
July 2024

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The Reckoning of Roku
(Chronicles of the Avatar, book 5)
Novels
   An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes (2015)
   After the Shot Drops (2018)
   Patron Saints of Nothing (2019)
   House Party (2023) (with others)
   Everything We Never Had (2024)
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Randy Ribay recommends
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Chasing Pacquiao (2023)
Rod Pulido
"With Chasing Pacquiao, Pulido steps into the ring with an earnest and compelling debut that pulls no punches as it explores the courage and community needed to stand up to hatred."
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Chloe and the Kaishao Boys (2023)
Mae Coyiuto
"Witty, fun, and filled with joyous moments, Chloe and the Kaishao Boys is a delightful Pinoy rom-com about love, friendship, family, and figuring out the future."
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The Silence that Binds Us (2022)
Joanna Ho
"Ho confronts racism with care and nuance, capturing the complexities of grief and growth. A poignant call to action."

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Books containing stories by Randy Ribay
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The Collectors (2023)
edited by
A S King
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Boundless (2023)
Twenty Voices Celebrating Multicultural and Multiracial Identities
edited by
Rebecca Balcárcel and Ismée Williams

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Award nominations
2020 ITW Award for Best Young Adult Novel (nominee) : Patron Saints of Nothing
2020 Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Novel (nominee) : Patron Saints of Nothing
2020 Carnegie Medal (nominee) : Patron Saints of Nothing
2020 Anthony Award for Best Children/Young Adult Fiction (nominee) : Patron Saints of Nothing
2019 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Young Adult Novel (nominee) : Patron Saints of Nothing


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