Lace up your sneakers...it's time to step On the Hardwood with the Miami Heat, in this officially licensed NBA team book. In today's basketball landscape, no conversation is complete without mention of the Big Three in South Beach. The Miami Heat have become a formidable power in the NBA's Eastern Conference, and they are led by a troika of talent in LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh. Though the future in Miami is as bright as the Florida sun, their past is quite unique as well. On the Hardwood: The Miami Heat takes us to the roots of the franchise, through their expansion draft, and into their rivalry with the New York Knicks.
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Josh Anderson lives and works in Los Angeles, and fits in his writing time when he's not occupied with his two rambunctious preschoolers. He and his wife love traveling, sports, reading and not-so-guiltily watching shows like 'The Bachelor.'
He's currently working on a contemporary young adult novel, and an adult thriller set in the seamy underbelly of the motion picture industry.
Gr 4-6-These titles offer histories of NBA teams, including information about changes within the franchise and well-known players. The lack of back matter limits the set's use for report writers and classrooms trying to learn about the elements of nonfiction. However, established fans will pore over the energetic texts. For example, readers can learn about the San Antonio Spurs's "Twin Towers," David Robinson and Tim Duncan, and how they worked together toward a championship. Color photos (most of them action shots) illustrate the pages, and the simple, large font texts could draw in reluctant readers. News for the teams is current through 2012. α(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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Descripción MVP Books, 2013. Library Binding. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111615705015