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 Football records smashed! (Sports Illustrated Kids. Record Smashers)
 Author: Berglund, Bruce R.

 Publisher:  Capstone Press (2024)

 Dewey: 796.332
 Classification: Nonfiction
 Physical Description: 32 p., col. ill., 24 cm

 BTSB No: 113794 ISBN: 9781669050056
 Ages: 9-11 Grades: 4-6

 Football -- Records -- United States
 Football -- United States -- History

Price: $25.33

In football, players pull off some fantastic feats to clinch a win, set a record--or both. In 2021, Justin Tucker kicked a 66-yard field goal to break the record and win the game for the Baltimore Ravens. And no one can top the Miami Dolphins' perfect season in 1972. Young readers can experience these exciting moments and other record-setting plays in football. This collection of record smashers will delight sports fans with thrilling achievements in football history.

   School Library Journal (11/01/23)

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School Library Journal - 11/01/2023 Gr 2–5—Perennial favorite Sports Illustrated Kids is back with another thrilling series for young readers, this one all about great sports moments that have gone down in history. Soccer players like Lionel Messi, Carli Lloyd, and Tim Howard's record-breaking moments are detailed with exciting sports writing in Soccer Records Smashed! Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game and Liz Cambage's 53-point game bookend the phenomenal stories shared in Basketball Records Smashed! While football and baseball only have opportunities to highlight male athletes, every other sport has men and women who play professionally so all are celebrated. The international focus of Car Racing Records Smashed! is unique and appreciated. The narratives for each record smasher are short—some only two or three pages—but the message to readers is clear: Every game or match or race can be the source of an amazing moment. VERDICT It won't smash any circulation records, but this series will be a winner. - Copyright 2023 Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and/or School Library Journal used with permission.

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