Cadel Evans: Giving His Best

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Hardie Grant Books, 2013 - Cyclists - 213 pages
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Finally here is the inspirational autobiography of the cycling star, written for children aged 10-15 years. It's the Cadel Evans story: simple. Cadel was born with an incredible gift: the capacity and power that from youth set him apart from the rest. But nothing comes from talent alone, as most great sports people will admit, there must also be hard work, determination and passion. Even in the face of difficulty. Cadel Evans mastered mountain biking in his teens and subsequently became a world champion. Now in his 30s he is the winner of the toughest race in the world, the Tour de France. In Giving His Best we learn how Cadel Evans' passion, ambition and hard work led to his success. Written in a clear and simple, easy-to-read format accessible to children and adults alike, it's for anyone who wants to read about Cadel's early achievements - and how hard work eventually won him the most famous race in the world.

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Hilary Badger has written many bestselling books for children. She is the author of the Space Scout series, and her alter-ego is H.I. Larry, the mysterious author of the popular Zac Power series.

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