On the Halfpipe with...Tony Hawk
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Dec 19, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
Delving into the life of skateboarding sensation Tony Hawk, this biography examines how he began skateboarding at age nine and his performance at the 1999 ESPN X Games, where he astonished viewers by performing a trick thought impossible to do. Illustrations.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A Skating Glossary
THE 1 SPORTS SERIES FOR KIDSMATT CHRISTOPHER
Alan Gelfand Andy McDonald anymore athletic Babe Ruth baseball basketball Birdhouse Birdman body California Carlsbad CASL clay wheels compete created crowd curbs decided difficult tricks earn ESPN fall fans father flips foot Frank Hawk freestyle Games going Grab Grant Brittain grind halfpipe Hard Rock Hollywood Hawk became Hawk found Hawk later Hawk’s helped inline skating invented jumps Kickflip kids knew landing look maneuvers Matt Christopher Michael Jordan moves nailed never NSA competitions Ollie parents Peralta play other sports popular practice professional skateboarding quickly ramp riders riding scooter shot Sidewalk Surfboard skate park skateboard competition skateboard manufacturers skateboarding’s spending spin sponsored spun star Steve street skaters street style streets and sidewalks surfers surfing thought told a reporter Tony Hawk took trying turn upright vert competitions Vert Doubles vert skating wanted Welinder Woodward Camp World Cup Skateboarding X Games young skaters