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How to Train with a T. Rex and Win 8 Gold Medals Hardcover – June 2, 2009
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About the Author
Ward Jenkins is an illustrator and animator. His first picture book was How to Train with a T-Rex and Win Eight Gold Medals by Michael Phelps. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and two children.
Alan Abrahamson is an award-winning sportswriter and a recognized authority on the Olympics. In 2006, he left the Los Angeles Times, where he had been a staff writer for 17 years, to write for the NBC suite of online properties, which now includes NBCOlympics.com, NBCSports.com and UniversalSports.com. Since 2003, Alan has also served as a sports and Olympic analyst on NBC's television networks. Among other honors, Alan won the 2002 National Headliner Award for sports writing and was named the Los Angeles Press Club's 2004 sports journalist of the year. Alan and his wife, Laura, and their three children live in Southern California.
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How to Train with a T. Rex and Win 8 Gold Medals
This is a great book that lets a child visualize exactly how difficult it is to train for something big.
It's a simile book -- a true one.
No days off for 6 years. That's a kindergartener's whole life!
10,000 calories a day. That's like eating 912 pizzas per year. That's a half a ton of pizza.
Lots and lots of visual comparisons to show and tell your child what repeated practice toward a goal can add up to. Fascinating book. Michael Phelps has the gold medals to show it, but your child's goal could just as easily be the next piano recital, or entering a photography contest, or earning their first $1000.00
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very arrogant, egotistical book. No credit to anyone but himself. I agree, it took a lot of discipline and hard work on his part, but I'm sure he didn't do it alone. Read morePublished 3 months ago by MrsG
Cute book! My daughter (age 8) says it's her favorite book... most likely because Michael Phelps wrote it. She is quite the fan! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Annette M Dials
Illustrator Ward Jenkins was able to capture Michael Phelps 8 Olympic gold medal swims in a clear and entertaining way while demonstrating how much work it took to achieve that... Read morePublished 17 months ago by margaret murphy
Wish Phelps wouldn't have gotten himself in trouble with the media right after this cute book came out. Ward Jenkins is an excellent illustrator. Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by Mimi Mathis