Going for Gold

Going for Gold

Bowman, Chris

Series: Greatest Moments in Sports
Library Bound

Wilma Rudolph faced many challenges. A childhood polio survivor, she was unable to walk without support for many years. In the segregated South, her family faced many obstacles to getting her treatment. Despite the difficulties, Wilma eventually sprinted her way to the Olympic gold.

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Copyright: 2024
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Size: 9 x 6.5
Pages: 24
Interest Grade: 2-8
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Classification: Nonfiction
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Lexile: GN 690
Dewey: B
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 09-2023
ISBN: 9798886875072
Item #: 54621
Available : 31
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Price: $21.95

Key words: Graphic Novels, Sports, Wilma Rudolph, Polio, Sprinter, Olympic Gold, Adversity, Quotes, Timeline, Greatest Moments in Sports
Art/Rec, Reader, Nonfiction, Graphic Reader, Table of Contents, Glossary, Index, Black Sheep, Bellwether Media

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