Olympics (Eyewitness Books)

Olympics (Eyewitness Books) By Chris Oxlade David Ballheimer, Olympics Eyewitness Books Olympics is a triumphal history of the games from ancient Greece to Sydney in Readers will discover the pageantry of theoriginal games Pierre de Coubertin s revival of the modern games in t
  • Title: Olympics (Eyewitness Books)
  • Author: Chris Oxlade David Ballheimer
  • ISBN: 9780375802225
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Olympics (Eyewitness Books) By Chris Oxlade David Ballheimer, Olympics is a triumphal history of the games, from ancient Greece to Sydney in 2000 Readers will discover the pageantry of theoriginal games Pierre de Coubertin s revival of the modern games in 1896 the variety of Olympic sports astounding world records the intense training Olympians endure the politics of Olympic games, including boycotts and terrorism and much morOlympics is a triumphal history of the games, from ancient Greece to Sydney in 2000 Readers will discover the pageantry of theoriginal games Pierre de Coubertin s revival of the modern games in 1896 the variety of Olympic sports astounding world records the intense training Olympians endure the politics of Olympic games, including boycotts and terrorism and much Here s a glorious celebration of the world s finest athletes and their spirit of competition and excellence.
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    1. Chris Oxlade David Ballheimer

      Chris Oxlade is the best selling author of than 150 non fiction books, most of them explaining complex scientific ideas and modern technology to young readers in readable text.

    365 thoughts on “Olympics (Eyewitness Books)”

    1. 3rd Grade Girl says This book helps you learn a lot about Olympics and sports It helps you learn a lot about what you should eat and what you shouldn t eat and also about training It has very good descriptions about almost every sport in the Olympics I recommend this book for 7 and up, but it is very fun to look at the pictures too for younger kids.


    2. This almost had too much information on the pages Like many of the other general non fiction books that cover a lot of information, this one had pictures and captions and information all over the place, except it was too crowded and hard to read The information was interesting and fun, but the format was too busy.I think that readers who have an interest in the Olympics, its history, and its many variations will be interested in this book It s not as up to date as would be nice missing the last [...]


    3. I know these are made for younger readers but I enjoy them very much Great pictures and layout make them a joy to read I always learn something new from them Did you know the man most responsible for the start of the modern Olympics in 1896, Pierre De Coubertin, so loved them he had his heart removed at his death and buried under a statue at the Greek city of Olympia so he would always be a part of the games Highly recommended




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