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Miami Dolphins

Miami Dolphins

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by Chip Lovitt, Julie Nelson
     
 
It was fourth and inches. This play would determine the conference championship. Everyone in the stadium knew the ball would be given to Smith. The question was, could he be stopped ...?

Great moments in the NFL can be the result of many things: a last-second field goal, a long pass, or even a short run. But no matter what the play is, the drama and the excitement

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It was fourth and inches. This play would determine the conference championship. Everyone in the stadium knew the ball would be given to Smith. The question was, could he be stopped ...?

Great moments in the NFL can be the result of many things: a last-second field goal, a long pass, or even a short run. But no matter what the play is, the drama and the excitement of these brief moments quickly come alive for all of the frenzied fans.

For over fifteen years, Creative has been capturing these fantastic moments in our series on the National Football League. Now, in an all-new and completely revised version of your library's most popular books, we have updated the excitement for a new generation of readers. In 30 attractive volumes, Creative has chronicled the excitement and the history of each NFL team. Color photos, lively text and informative sidebars catch the readers' interest in pro football and awaken memories of their favorite plays and most admired players.

From the legends of old to the superstars of today, The NFL Today has it all. So order your books now and once again welcome the NFL to your library.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781583410486
Publisher:
Creative Company, The
Publication date:
08/28/2000
Series:
Pro Football Today Series
Edition description:
REVISED
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
7.53(w) x 9.82(h) x 0.31(d)
Age Range:
8 - 11 Years

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Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't want to get on a rant, but... This was the sorriest excuse for a book I have ever seen. Out of the 31 pages, the first 4 were credits, 10 were full page photos. And the other 17 had the words narrowed on the page where maybe 4 of them had a full page of writing. On top of that, my 10 year old daughter could have written this from data off the Internet. I wouldn't give a 1st Grader a passing grade if it were handed in as a Book Report. The Publisher, Creative Education needs to get better material/writers. Give me a call, because if this is what a writer does, I'm a Novelist. I would be embarrased to call that a book about the History of the Dolphins. 'The Greatest Jewish Atheletes Of All Time' and 'What Men Really Know About Women' are 2 books that are thicker than this book.