Yeats, the Man and the Masks

Yeats, the Man and the Masks

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Penguin Putnam

A funny and comprehensive guide, Go fly a Bike! is crammed with everything a rider wants to know about his or her favorite sport.

A bicycle is the kids vehicle-from about age six until they drive cars, kids play, socialize, compete, explore, sense freedom, and ride to school on bikes. This is the book for them-and there's nothing like it available. From how bikes work to the coolest BMX stunts, from crucial safety information to a step-by-step guide for planning the perfect bike hike, this expertly organized book has something for all readers, whether their interest lies in history, trivia, physics, extreme sports, or just a quick spin around the block.

Baker & Taylor
From the fundamentals of how a bicycle works to the most recent BMX stunts in extreme sports, a comprehensive guide provides an in-depth look at the history of the bicycle, complete with safety tips, trivia, illustrations, and more.

& Taylor

Provides an introduction to bikes and how they work, bike safety, bike events, different types of bikes, and the many advantages of bike riding.

Publisher: [s.l.] : Dutton, 1948, Reprinted 1958
ISBN: 9780525470243
Characteristics: 331 p. : ill. ; cm


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