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Skateboarding Street Style

Skateboarding Street Style

Series: Torque
by Ray McClellan

Street skateboarders use railings, benches, and curbs to do tricks. Eager readers will explore the development of street style skateboarding from the 1950s to today. They will also learn about the equipment needed to safely skateboard and the competitions in which pros compete.

Series Information
Get ready for adventure! Whether snowboarding down a mountain, speeding through the sky in a stealth bomber, or cruising the highway on a motorcycle, Torque books are designed to get readers engaged. With reading levels targeted to grades 2-3 and an interest level spanning grades 3-7, Torque books are specifically designed to motivate reluctant and less-able readers with high-interest subjects that will have their mental gears eager to learn more!

8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Interest Level
Grades 3 - 7
Grade Level Equivalent
Lexile Measure
Functional and How-To, Informational Text

About the Author

Ray McClellan Ray McClellan is an author of books in the Blastoff! Readers series.

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