Michael Jordan

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Scholastic, 1993 - African American basketball players - 166 pages
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When he was a boy in North Carolina, Michael Jordan dreamed of being a sports star. But he could never have dreamed how successful he would really become. Michael Jordan is one of the most amazing athletes of all time. His basketball career was one great achievement after another: the last-minute shot that clinched his college team's NCAA title, glory with the Olympic Dream Team, a long reign as the NBA's top scorer, and many championship seasons with the Chicago Bulls until his retirement in 1999.

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User Review  - Ryan Koo - Goodreads

It was a great book describing the hard work ethics of Michael Jordan, America's biggest and baddest basketball player. However, it felt like the writing itself was a little boring and flat. It lacked enthusiasm in parts but really showed the tension of the scenes in some parts. Read full review

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User Review  - Chad Cantin - Goodreads

Micheal Jordan by Coleen lovitt (biography) He grew up in Wilmington North Carolina. as a kid he was very competitive and hated to lose. He attended university of North Carolina and was on the unc ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
A Lucky Star
5
Battles in the Backyard
13
Copyright

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