Item description for Lance Armstrong: The Race of His Life (All Aboard Reading) by Kristin Armstrong & Ken Call...
Overview An inspirational story of the 1999 and 2000 Tour de France champion who overcame cancer to become the number one cyclist in the world, tells of his childhood triathlon successes and how he did not let cancer keep him from his dream.
Publishers Description This new Level 3 nonfiction All Aboard Reading book tells the almost-impossible-to-believe story of an all-star athlete who, at age 25, was diagnosed with cancer throughout his body. Yet Lance Armstrong persevered through chemotherapy and true grit to overcome his disease and to win the 1999 Tour de France.
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Studio: Grosset & Dunlap
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.88" Width: 6.66" Height: 0.15" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Sep 25, 2000
Publisher Grosset & Dunlap
ISBN 044842407X ISBN13 9780448424071 UPC 070918003998
Availability 0 units.
More About Kristin Armstrong & Ken Call
Kristin Armstrong was married to cyclist Lance Armstrong for five years, raising their three children while living in France and Spain. She is the author of a children's book, Lance Armstrong: The Race of His Life, and a contributing editor for Runner's World magazine. Her work has also appeared in USA Today and Parentwise Austin and Glamour magazines. Kristin is passionate about her Christian faith, her family, her friends, and her career. She speaks French and Spanish, is a marathon runner, and enjoys cooking, reading, painting, and travel. Kristin now lives happily ever after in Austin, Texas, with her family--Luke and twins Grace and Isabelle.
Kristin Armstrong currently resides in Austin, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Lance Armstrong: The Race of His Life (All Aboard Reading)?
A children's book with a lesson about life Aug 24, 2005
The book by Kristin Armstrong is geared for elementary school aged children. It speaks in clear and simple language about the onset of a serious disease to an athlete of great renown. Her lessons of dealing with adversity and overcoming it and then doing something positive to help others are important for young children and open the door for open, positive discussions with the child.
You should read about Lance. May 10, 2005
Lances fried gets in recke and dise. In this book Lace gets very sick.
Really good book Oct 10, 2001
I bought this book for my 8 yr old. He really liked it. In fact, he used it for a book report. It is well written. It tells Lance's story at a level appropriate for children. Buy it.
Great Children's Book May 26, 2001
Just read this book to a 3 1/2 year old boy that I babysit. He loved it and was so interested in the story the entire time. I also enjoyed reading about Lance's life and felt I learned a bit about his struggles. The child I read it too loved the pictures and asked many questions about racing. He was very interested in the motorcylces, Fabio's death, cycling in the rain and Luke at the end. Kristen thank you for writing about your family's life. Hope you write more children's books.
Kids' Books Should Be Like This! Oct 18, 2000
Having read "It's Not About The Bike" while I was having chemo this summer, I was interested to see what this telling would be like. It's a great story, very well told. Some great photos and illustrations. The final photo is a real cracker - it just radiates LIFE! How come when I was a kid there weren't any books like this to make learing to read a real pleasure. Thanks, Lance for the example and the inspiration; and thanks Kristin for a beautifully written book.