Photographs by Martha Cooper. Packaged with the only other equipment a child would need--the jump rope--here is a book steeped in the know-how, culture, lore, and trivia of this simple, easy-to-learn, play-anywhere game. The Jump Rope Book is a complete skipper's reference, from how to put your best foot forward to over 250 rhymes. There are jump rope fashions (cushy socks a must), basic jumps and fancy steps (including Scissors, Jumping Jacks, and Cancan), jump rope jargon, how to decorate your rope, and the games--Spoons, Siamese Twins, The Clock, Chase the Fox, Over the Rainbow, Double Dutch, and dozens more. THE JUMP ROPE is 100% cotton, seven feet long, and comes with wooden handles. 50,000 copies in print.
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Hop to it! THE ROPE, THE MOVES, THE GAMES, THE RHYMES
Here's everything you need to take your jumping to a new plateau, whether you're a beginner or the playground expert. Set a new personal best. Turn a pepper faster than a whirling dervish--and when it's your turn to twirl, be a gracious and conscientious ender. Because there's always a next time to jump over the moon.About the Author:
Martha Cooper is a documentary photographer specializing in the art and folk culture of New York City. Her photographs have appeared in numerous magazines, including National Geographic and Smithsonian.
Elizabeth Loredo is an author and editor living in New York City. Her jump rope days were spent on the sidewalks of her family's home in New Jersey, where she was too often an ender. She studied journalism at the School of Visual Arts in New York and has since written many magazine articles and books for both adults and children.
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Descripción Workman Publishing Company, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110761104488
Descripción Workman Publishing Company. PAPERBACK. Estado de conservación: New. 0761104488 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW7.0315218