Becoming a Figure Skater by Nancy Ellison
  

Becoming a Figure Skater

Written by Nancy Ellison
Illustrated by Nancy Ellison

Synopsis

Becoming a Figure Skater by Nancy Ellison

Any girl who has watched the Olympics has fantasized about becoming the next Sarah Hughes or Michelle Kwan, donning a pair of skates, spinning through the air, and landing with a perfect flourish. The perfect gift for any young girl who loves to ice skate, Becoming a Figure Skater follows a promising young skater as she trains to become a champion.From learning the difference between a triple lutz and a triple flip, to taking the reader through the mental challenge of competition, Becoming a Figure Skater explores the combination of talent, hard work, and determination required to become a great skater. Photographed by Nancy Ellison at the Ice House in Hackensack, New Jersey-where 2002 Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes trained-Becoming a Figure Skater will entrance young figure skaters with chapters on jumping, choreography, performance skills, and costumes. The must-have book for every young ice skater!

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
96 pages

Author

Nancy Ellison
More books by Nancy Ellison

Publisher

Universe Publishing

Publication date

22nd February 2005

ISBN

9780789311894


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