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- Tables of Contents - Further Reading List Glossary - Index - Websites - Career Highlights
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by LernerSports (first published 2000)
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King-liban dualle
This is great book. It talks about how kobe started playing basketball and niw how he is the best nba player
Jeff Fong
What more can I say? Amazing. This biography describes his achievements as well as his life growing up in Italy. As he moved to America in Philadelphia and attended Lower Merion High school, no one would have thought of his major accomplishments as well as his popularity that he has around the day today. His 68 points in 15 minutes doesn't even impress me anymore, even at the age of 34.
I would definitely recommend this novel to anyone, who likes basketball in anyway. It will show you a new ligh...more
Kevin Jacobsen
This an interesting biography. It details how Kobe prepared to be an NBA standout. I liked it, but did not love it. Kobe's a great player, but his life story is not moving or touching in any way so it was kind of dry. Teachers can use this book when talking about biographies during the NBA season.
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Richard Dietz
I think it was an interesting book. It really helped me understand what Kobe Bryant really is like. It is a good book, and I would recommend it to everyone.
Austin
Kobe Bryant currently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. He lead the Lakers to back-to-back NBA titles in 2009 and 2010.
Caine#13
i love this book because i love kobe my family is all from upland, california and i love, and miss it.
Kelvin
Feb 24, 2009 Kelvin added it
THIS BOOK IS A GOOD BOOK THE SAME THING I SAY FOR THE BERRY BOOK I SAY FOR THIS ONE.
Chris Buckley
it tells u what happens in him life and how he got in to the NBA
Walter
This book explains how he prepared and his past.
James
this iz a great book
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