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Feeling inept in the team sports scheduled for his school's Gymboree, Clyde the rabbit develops his own event, a freestyle tumbling routine with a dazzling move called the "twirly burly."
A world-class gymnast
J 796.44 READHEA
Champions aren't born that way--they're made through hard work and devotion. Each inspirational and enlightening book in this series features close-up case studies of world-class athletes as it presents the training, techniques, and skills necessary to be a champion. The various competitive levels of the sport are also covered, as are the realities of life as a professional athletes.
Cat on the mat
Cat dreams of being on the gymnastics team and spends all summer learning to tumble and flip.
J 796.44 HERRAN
Learn about essential moves and more advanced techniques of this challenging sport.
To have any hope of reaching her goal of competing in the Olympics, Kelly must not only learn to do a back handspring on the beam, she must also conquer her fear.
The best book of gymnastics
J 796.44 MORLEY
Covering everything from the history of gymnastics to how to prepare for gymnastic activities, this guide also offers essential information on related concepts such as teamwork, developing balance, and insight into how gymnastic events are judged.
J 796.44 BRAY MO
Follow the progress of a group of young gymnasts as they learn basic techniques before moving on to more challenging moves on the beam and bars.
Good luck, Ivy
J SERIES AMERICA
In 1976, Ivy must choose between participating in a gymnastics tournament and attending a family reunion.
Hughes, Morgan, 1957-
J 796.44 HUGHES
Why gymnastics? -- In the beginning -- The basics -- Floor skills -- Vaulting -- The balance beam -- The bars -- Advanced apparatus.
The worst gymnast
J SERIES GO GIRL
Gemma loves gymnastics. But she has just had the worst class ever, and her coach isn't happy. Are Gemma's gym dreams over? Or will her clever plan keep her on the team?
Bobbie, an Australian wallaby, can jump, bounce, and skip but cannot do splits until the other animals help her.
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