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Michael Jordan: A Shooting Star

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A companion book for his younger fans, this collection brings together a wealth of information on basketball great Michael Jordan. Profusely illustrated with photographs, many in full color, the book is uplifting and inspiring to help teenagers make their dreams come true.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published July 1st 1994 by Andrews McMeel Publishing (first published May 1994)
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Patrick Overton
Oct 27, 2009 Patrick Overton rated it really liked it
This story is a biography about Michael Jordan's life and career in basketball. Michael Jordan joined basketball in his high school years. He was offered a scholarship to the University of North Carolina which he accepted. Michael took basketball in collage also. After his collage years he was drafted to the Chicago Bulls in the third pick of the NBA draft. Jordan was a member of the USA olympic basketball team. The Bulls won three championships with Michael on their team. Michael Jorda
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George Beahm writes books about censorship, sports figures, and numerous literary figures, including Patricia Cornwell, J.K. Rowling, Stephenie Meyer, Philip Pullman, and others.
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