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An easy-to-read biography on one of the most recognizable athletes in the world: Yao Ming. The exciting life story of the NBA's biggest superstar!Yao Ming is the biggest basketball phenomenon since Michael Jordan -- basketball fans everywhere are clamoring for more, more, more about this awesome athlete! Now, with this easy reader, kids will learn all about Yao Ming's amazAn easy-to-read biography on one of the most recognizable athletes in the world: Yao Ming. The exciting life story of the NBA's biggest superstar!Yao Ming is the biggest basketball phenomenon since Michael Jordan -- basketball fans everywhere are clamoring for more, more, more about this awesome athlete! Now, with this easy reader, kids will learn all about Yao Ming's amazing life story. From his childhood in China, to his selection as the NBA's #1 draft pick, to his whirlwind year of awards, media attention, and superstardom, this book covers it all. Easy-to-read text and intense game photos will make this book irresistible to even the most reluctant readers....

Title : Yao Ming (NBA Reader)
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ISBN : 9780439591089
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 40 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Yao Ming (NBA Reader) Reviews

  • Devin
    2019-03-20 03:01

    The story is about a guy who came from China and he began to play basketball. He wasnt that good at the begining of his carrer in high school but when he got older he became better an dpracticed better. The character in the book was Yao Ming. I have felt the same because i used to not be good at basketball but then i practiced and now i am. I like this book because it talks about sports and things i like, like basketball. If i could change something i would have them tell us more stats.Yes i would recomend this book to a friend.

  • Kelsey Nauert
    2019-03-05 07:13

    The book begins with an introduction of who Yao is, a NBA basketball player. It then backtracks and chronicles his life up until the time of which the book was written. Not only is he just a ball player, Yao also donates his time and money to good causes, such as a telethon for SARS. Yao also states he is a big kid, too. I think these things make him relatable to students, that not all celebrities are self-centered. I like this book for these reasons.