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Book Review
08/07/2010, 2:51 pm
Filed under: Books, Sports, Words | Tags: , , ,

Today, the great Jerry Rice will be inducted into the Professional Football Hall Of Fame in Canton, Ohio. In honor of Rice’s legendary career, I’ve decided to post, in full, my review of the book, Jerry Rice: Touchdown Talent, by J. Edward Evans.

[Written for my fourth grade book report]:

Jerry Lee Rice was born on October 13, 1962 in Starkville, Mississippi. As a boy, Jerry worked as a bricklayer in the summertime. In college, he was so good that they retired his number (88). In the NFL draft, the Dallas Cowboys’ head coach wanted Rice. So 49ers head coach Bill Walsh gave New England an offer that they couldn’t resist. So the 49ers drafted Jerry. Rice wasn’t good right away. In fact, in his rookie year he was terrible! Just a little time and practice made Rice one of the best receivers in the National Football League!

I think this book is very good because it tells all about Jerry Rice’s life. It even has stats in the back. Also great pictures. I’d recommend this book to anybody who likes sports.

But don’t take my word for it.

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