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Concrete Wave The History Of Skateboarding by Michael Brooke

Concrete Wave The History Of Skateboarding

Description : For use in schools and libraries only. The first book to document the history of a sport that has been an integral part of the youth experience for over 40 years. Packed with great photos and sure to appeal to alternative reluctant readers.

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Authors : Michael Brooke

Published Date : 1999-04-01

Publisher : Turtleback Books

ISBN : 0613922875

Page : 200 Pages

Categories : Sports & Recreation

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Filesize: 9 MB

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