A Beginner's Guide to Very Cool Skateboarding Tricks
Essential Information for Current and Future Skateboarders Skateboarding is back on top of the teen sport scene, and this new series has all the information teens need to learn about this extreme sport. Packed with full-color photographs capturing skateboarding's exciting action, these six books cover many aspects of the skateboarding world, including the basics of how to skate; the popularity of skateboarding in the X Games; buying, decorating, and repairing a skateboard; and a biography of the guru of skateboarding, Tony Hawk. Included in this series are two how-to titles that utilize step-by-step instructions combining text with stop-action photography. Every day someone somewhere is riding a skateboard for the first time. A Beginner's Guide teaches new skaters the basics of skateboarding safely. Rosenberg offers practical how-to information on turning, tricks, and safety, including step-by-step photo/text instructions for ten different tricks.
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