THE COMPLETE SUPER BOWL STORY: Games I-XXIII by Richard J. Brenner

THE COMPLETE SUPER BOWL STORY: Games I-XXIII

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Games I-XXIII indeed--any resemblance to Roman gladiators is purely intentional. Even so, whether Super Bowls are cosmic events or the result of careful marketing, many young readers are interested in them--particularly as mid-January brings forth its new crew of gladiators. Here, Brenner assembles predictable ingredients--personalities, statistics, and breathless prose--in workmanlike, game-by-game descriptions with occasional, rather undistinguished, b&w photos. Set. . .hup!

Pub Date: Jan. 2nd, 1990
Page count: 118pp
Publisher: Lerner