Traces the history of the Olympics from its beginning in 776 B.C. to the present and relates stories of particular events such as track and field, gymnastics, and speed skating.
|Statement||Dave Anderson ; foreword by Carl Lewis.|
|LC Classifications||GV721.53 .A626 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0688167349, 0688176402|
|LC Control Number||99034926|
The London-based Usborne children's publisher says so right in this book, "Story of the Olympics," published this past summer in time for the events held in China. You know, the one where Michael Phelps won a bunch of medals and claimed the hearts of girls all over the globe!Cited by: 2. The Story of the Olympic Games: B.C. to Kieran, John, Daley, Arthur, Jordan, Pat: : by: 9. A brilliant introduction to the history of The Olympics, from the traditional games of Ancient Greece, to their revival by Pierre de Coubertin and the pomp and ceremony of the modern Games. Internet links to carefully selected websites allow children to access the very best sites to support this book and enhance their learning experience. 'Olympic Collision: The Story of Mary Decker and Zola Budd' by Kyle Keiderling Scandal rocked the Olympics in Los Angeles when .
'Manhunt: Deadly Games' tells the story of Olympic Park bomber Eric Rudolph, who is played in the CBS/Spectrum series by Jack. A sweetly illustrated story, Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid is also a fun way to talk to your kids about the Olympics. In the story. The story follows Boomer, the first pig to ever compete in the Animal Olympics. Boomer is sure that he will win because he has been training hard. However, when the events start, he finds that he is not as good as he thought/5. At a.m. on September 5, , a band of Palestinian terrorists took eleven Israeli athletes and coaches hostage at the Summer Olympics in Munich. More than million viewers followed the chilling, twenty-hour event on television, as German authorities desperately negotiated with the terrorists/5.
The Boys in the Boat (Young Readers Adaptation): The True Story of an American Team's Epic Journey to Win Gold at the Olympics Daniel James Brown out of 5 stars Hour of the Olympics (Magic Tree House #16) by Mary Pope Osborne If you are a fan of Magic Treehouse chapter books, you’ll enjoy this book. Jack and Annie travel to Ancient Greece where they find out various facts about the very first Olympics: Only men were allowed to compete, chariot races were one of the main events, and the events were dedicated to Zeus, the (false) god the . A brilliant introduction to the history of The Olympics, from the traditional games of Ancient Greece, to their revival by Pierre de Coubertin and the pomp and ceremony of the modern Games. Specially written as part of the Usborne Reading Programme for children growing in reading confidence and ability/5(29). Tucked away in the vast library of mediocre books about the Olympics are some real gems. Olympic historian David Goldblatt surveys the field and picks the gold.