Soccermania / Futbolmanía
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Sixty-four pages full of fascinating facts about soccer and its history. From the earliest game played in China 2000 years ago to the richest soccer player of today, from the origin of the word soccer to the strangest injuries ever seen in a game, this book rocks with loads of anecdotes and trivia that will make you the best-informed soccer fan ever!
Just in time for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, when the whole world will be suffering from soccermania!
Juan Pablo Lombana is a writer, editor, and producer. While growing up in Bogotand#225;, Colombia, he played soccer every day. During the 2010 World Cup, he wrote the bilingual blog World Cup Theater, focusing on the tournament's drama on and off the field. This is his first book for Scholastic.
Zamie Casazola was born in Huaral, Peru. He lived in Miami since he was eight years old and later moved to New York to study Architecture at Pratt Institute. His passion for painting and illustration were first nurtured at a young age by his grandfather, who gave him his first sketchbook and a set of tools to draw with. He now lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and his pet Thug the Pug.
Soccermania / Futbolmania