|Author||: Piero Santini|
|Release Date||: 1941|
|Pages||: 204 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
by James Patterson,Erin Knightly
James Patterson’s BookShots. Short, fast-paced, high-impact entertainment. She never wanted to love a cowboy... Rodeo king Tanner Callen doesn't want to be tied down. When he sees Madeline Harper at a local honky-tonk and everything about her screams New York, he brings out every trick in his playbook to take her home. But soon he learns that he doesn't just want her for a night and, instead, hopes it could be for ever...GET BOOK!
by David Haslam
This book is about the boys learning how to their ride bikes and some of the obstacles they face while riding. One of the twins feels the pressure because the other learns to ride his bike first.GET BOOK!
by Gregg Vivolo
A thirty-year veteran unicyclist and unicycling instructor presents an easy-to-read, step-by-step program for children and adults to learn how to ride the unicycle quickly and safely. The book includes more than forty photos to afford quicker and easier learning, off-unicycle exercises to help the student understand on-unicycle principles, and motivational quotes to help keep the student in the "right frame of mind" during the learning process. Original.GET BOOK!
by Driving Standards Agency
This publication, compiled by the Driving Standards Agency, sets out official guidance on the standards required to complete the five modules of the Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) course and to pass the practical test for motorcyclists. It supersedes the publication 'Official motorcycling: CBT, theory and practical test' (4th ed., 2003, ISBN 011552519X).GET BOOK!
With millions flocking to the sport each year, snowboarding has become one of the of most popular winter pastimes. Written for the beginning to intermediate practitioner, Snowboarding focuses on the techniques of the sport, from park and pipe riding to boardslides and tail presses. Liam Gallagher details everything from the basics of understanding snow conditions and park responsibility to the fundamentals of riding, with a complete explanation of jumps and rails. Featuring a history ofthe sport, a breakdown of choosingGET BOOK!
by Gordon Wright
Originally published in 1966, Learning to Ride, Hunt, and Show is still today recognized by many equestrians as the essential handbook for riders of every skill level. Written by Gordon Wright, acknowledged to be the founding father of American horsemanship, this book every aspect of the fundamentals of riding, including chapters devoted to: • Horse anatomy • Tips on grooming • Trotting, galloping, and cantering • Jumping • Caring for a horse during illness • Equipment • Stable management Whether you are a young rider looking to learnGET BOOK!
by Wilson S. Patton
"Learning to ride a two wheel bicycle is an unforgettable milestone of childhood development. It highlights a moment where the anxiety of learning a complex physical activity is overcome and replaced with a sense of confidence and empowerment. Cycling also provides a foundation for social participation and connectivity to the surrounding community and environment. However, some children have abilities that make learning how to ride a bicycle a different kind of challenge. This thesis project sets out to bridge theGET BOOK!
by J. S. L. Journals
The perfect journal and lesson log for all girls training to ride a horse. This journal is for those girls who really love horses; the kind of girl who loves to feel the wind in their hair, on top of the muscle-coiled back of a speeding horse. This is the girl who dreams of speed, or perhaps dreams of show jumping, or even the formal beauty of classical dressage. This is her book. A book where she can write downGET BOOK!
by Jane Wallace
Learning to ride should be fun, progressive and constructive, but all too often children can be frightened or put off. Teaching them is not easy. This book offers advice, exercises, lesson plans, games and teaching tips designed to provide variety and sound instruction, plus a range of innovative ideas for making learning to ride an enjoyable, worthwhile and satisfying experience, even for the very young.GET BOOK!
by Erika Prockl
The usual daily stress of modern living means that adults, and very often even adolescents, adopt tensed-up and faulty postures, which have a particularly negative effect on the horse. Here is a modern riding manual with a completely new training concept specifically designed to counteract the problem: A perfect loosening-up program, which relaxes and eases. Complex rider’s movements are separated into individual movements for ease of practice. These swinging circles can be practiced in day-to-day situations as well asGET BOOK!
by Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
The official guide which explains the standards required to complete the Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) course and pass the practical motorcycle test. Good preparation will make it more likely to achieve a pass first time whilst also improving skills for the future.GET BOOK!
by Oliver Carbonell
Entertain a child with a fun story and at the same time you can learn how to teach them to ride a bicycle! Woven into the story is a proven fun and effective method for learning to ride. For ages 3 and above.GET BOOK!
by Sandy Ransford
Calling all pony lovers - this is the perfect series for you. Everything you wanted to know about ponies, from getting ready for pony camp or competing in a gymkhana to learning how to ride and care for your pony.Useful riding tips and handy hints.Packed with fascinating information about ponies.Perfect books for every pony lover.Beautiful close-up photographs.GET BOOK!